New York State Taylor Law: Negotiating to Avoid Strikes in the Public Sector


Subject:
Labor , Law by Place (U.S. States & non-U.S.) , Strikes , Unions , New York

Description:
Article from 1998 describing the history and operation of New York state's 1967 Taylor Law (Public Employees Fair Employment Act). "The Taylor Law, permits union organizing [by public sector employees], and provides a system within which to resolve labor-management conflict short of striking" and "establishes certain mandatory bargaining issues." From a site maintained by a professor at the Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University.

Creator:
Guild, Kristin; Warner, Mildred

Publisher:
Cornell University, Department of City and Regional Planning

Language:
English

Source:
http://government.cce.cornell.edu/doc/reports/labor-management/ny_civil_service_law.asp


PID= res:lii-20118