Tag Archives: collective bargaining

Webinar: Sweeping Changes to French Employment Law – What Employers Need to Know

Following the election of Emmanuel Macron in the French presidential elections in May 2017, and as announced during his campaign, a major and ambitious transformation of France’s labour laws has been launched. The reforms are intended to tackle mass unemployment and make France more competitive in the global market. In late August 2017 the government … Continue Reading

Webinar: Employment Law Worldview Webinar Series – France

Squire Patton Boggs presents a series of webinars focusing on the key labour and employment issues in countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the United States. Presented in English by our local labour and employment law experts, each 60-minute webinar comprises a 50-minute presentation covering key “hot topics” in the featured jurisdiction, … Continue Reading

Ohio Voters Repeal Senate Bill 5

On November 8, 2011, voters overwhelmingly rejected issue 2 which was a ballot referendum on Senate Bill 5 that, if enacted, would have significantly changed collective bargaining in Ohio.  Union organizers and democratic leaders view the victory as a loud message to Governor Kasich that Ohioans strongly support union negotiations.  In addition, the opponents of … Continue Reading

Should US Employers Write Off the Unions?

Two years ago I was leading webinars and roundtables about the potential passage of the Employee Free Choice Act.  Today, some US employers have a union organizing campaign at the bottom of their worries.  The pendulum has swung once again, and unions appear to be losing ground. If you’re watching the stand off in Wisconsin or … Continue Reading
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