VIDEO: Use Information Requests to Put Some Oomph into Your Contract Enforcement
Labor Notes is pleased to present a series of free webinars taught by veteran Boston labor lawyer Robert M. Schwartz.
This webinar, held on September 17, was entitled "Requests for Information" and based on Chapter 4 of Schwartz's popular book The Legal Rights of Union Stewards. The session begins around the 22-second mark.
Click here to download a printable copy of Mr. Schwartz's PowerPoint presentation.
One of the most useful parts of U.S. labor law is the obligation of employers to furnish records and other information needed to investigate and process union grievances, as well as to negotiate contracts. This webinar covers how unions can get the most out of these information requests.
Check out previous webinars in this series:
- VIDEO: An Introduction to Just Cause
- VIDEO: Weingarten Rights: How to Represent Workers in Investigatory Interviews
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Further Reading from Robert Schwartz
Robert Schwartz has been a frequent contributor to the pages of Labor Notes over the years. Here are a few highlights. For more, check out his Work Rights Press book series at Labor Notes.
File an Information Request with Every Grievance
Getting the Most Out of Information Requests
Trump Labor Board Upends Special Status of Union Stewards
Resources for the Rank and File: An Interview with Robert Schwartz
Legal Rights in a Contract Campaign
Using Just Cause to Defend Against Unfair Discipline
FMLA Doctor's Notes: What Unions Need to Know
Working without a Contract: A Strategy Whose Time Has Come?
Representing Members at Investigatory Interviews
Got Unfair Labor Practices? Put 'Em to Use
Time to Update the Union Handbook on Just Cause
After Labor Board Ruling, Unions Must Shut the Door on Management Rights
Everything You Were Afraid to Ask about Lockouts