Collective Bargaining And Me

Collective bargaining rights were granted by law to public employees of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by the General Assembly, Act No. 195, effective October 17, 1970. The Act established rights to public employees to organize and bargain collectively through selected representatives; defining public employees to include employees of non'profit organizations and institutions; providing compulsory mediation and factfinding, for collective bargaining impasses; defining the scope of collective bargaining; establishing unfair employee and employer practices; prohibiting strikes for certain public employees, permitting strikes under limited conditions; providing penalties for violations; and establishing procedures for implementing.

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