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    Discrimination

    Describe the provisions of the following major labor laws as well as their impact on organizations and the union-management relationship:

    A. The Railway Labor Act

    B. The Norris-La Guardia Act

    C. The Wagner Act

    D. The Taft-Hartley Act

    E. The Landrum-Griffin Act

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    Employment and Labor Law

    Discrimination

    Describe the provisions of the following major labor laws as well as their impact on organizations and the union-management relationship:

    A. The Railway Labor Act
    The Railway Labor Act was enacted to bring to an end sudden strikes and to keep the railway trains moving. The act also provided an opportunity to make sure that Railroad Workers had the right to negotiate with the company, enter into new agreements and enforce the existing ones. The Railway Labor Act ensured that the workers had the right to negotiate and the company had a 'freedom' from sudden strikes. Essentially, The Railway Labor Act (Mathis. R, & Jackson. J, 2007
    It is a federal law that regulates labor relations in the railroad and airline industry. The main purpose of The Railway Labor Act was that the railroads should keep moving and at the same time if disputes came up the workers should continue working and instead bargain for their rights. The point was work now and grieve later rule. The national mediation board was created by The Railway Labor Act to administer different functions under the Act. This act provides mediator, provides means of amending contracts and lays down the procedure for initiating negotiations. The impact on the organizations, namely the rail road companies is that The Railway Labor Act
    enables direct negotiations as well as assures that sudden strikes will not happen. The Railway Labor Act also provides for interest based bargaining. This method helps improve union-employer relationships because it addresses the common interests of the two parties. It is expected that with interest based bargaining, and the opportunity for direct negotiations as provided by The Railway Labor Act the relations between the labor unions and the companies will improve. If the talks breakdown or there is problem ...

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