Collective Bargaining Process Paper

Document Type:Article

Subject Area:Business

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Granting the representatives an unpaid leave would not affect the operations of the company, bearing in mind that the employees work in shifts. At the same time, I think it is just an excuse for the company to claim that scheduling concerns would affect efficient operations in the call-in center. In any case, if the company had the best interest of the union, it would have consented to the proposal by the union to carry out negotiations outside normal working hours. However, on the other hand, the company is justified to give the response of not giving unpaid leave as the policy states that the only recognizable reasons can grant employees leave. This argument can be supported by the fact that the company does not recognize union negotiations as a reasonable request for an unpaid leave.

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