Employee representation

US public sector bargaining – union fees no longer mandatory

Brian Jebb

On June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down an important decision on collective bargaining in the public sector. The decision, Janus v. AFSCME, struck down an Illinois law that required government workers who chose not to join a union to pay “agency fees.” The premise of an agency fee is that even employees Read More

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Green Paper, Green Pastures – Towards a brave new governance world

Sarah Henchoz

Big and bold. Those were the words that sprung to my mind when reading the Government’s ideas for ramping up corporate governance, unveiled in its Green Paper yesterday. The way ahead is wide open and consultation will determine where we end up, but there is no doubt that some have the potential to radically reshape Read More

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