Topic : labor relations

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A transit employer’s duty to bargain over automation: Introduction

| December 3, 2019

Three types of labor laws govern transit employment: NLRA, the RLA or state-specific public sector collective-bargaining statutes. 

Calif. Proterra workers join United Steelworkers

Management & Operations| November 19, 2019

After an overwhelming majority of workers requested representation, the company's management voluntarily recognized the union on Nov. 12.

October 22, 2019

Labor law issues for the transit employer considering automation

A duty to bargain with labor over the decision to automate and a duty to bargain over the effects of the decision may arise.

Management & Operations| September 12, 2019

Touting growth potential key to recruiting bus techs

Virtually every transit agency in America is experiencing a shortage of bus technicians as skilled baby boomers retire in growing numbers.

Management & Operations| August 5, 2019

Rock Region METRO exec. dir. talks transit, community service

Charles D. Frazier joined the North Little Rock, Ark.-based agency in June 2018.

Management & Operations| May 17, 2019

King County Metro launches first-ever recruitment for full-time transit operators

Since the 1970s, labor agreements required new transit operators start as part-time drivers and then seek promotion to full-time work.

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