Labor Unions And Contract Law

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If governor Walker’s proposal of curtailing the power of labor unions, contract law would see a dramatic change. The current system, which governor Walker hopes to change, gives labor unions the power by law to negotiate with employers for their members and agree on a collective bargaining agreement. Under this collective bargaining agreement the labor union and employer agree on many terms of a contract, such as wages, hours, work conditions, and sick days (Union Plus). If labor unions’ power to negotiate the basic terms of their members’ contracts were curtailed, employers would be able to negotiate for every part of an employees contract. This would lead to many employers out negotiating their employees and ultimately agreeing to contracts

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