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A bargaining unit position is a position that is represented by a labor union. Bargaining unit employees are allowed to negotiate the hours they work, how much money they make and other conditions of their employment. More »

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A bargaining unit employee is an employee who belongs to a labor union. The labor union represents the interests of a group of employees during negotiations or bargaining with the management of a company or organization. More »

Some landlords are open to negotiation regarding rental terms, which can include free utilities. Landlords in charge of small buildings and single apartments are typically easier to negotiate with than large management c... More »

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A bargaining unit employee is an employee who belongs to a labor union. The labor union represents the interests of a group of employees during negotiations or bargaining with the management of a company or organization. More »

The federal labor board can be contacted by calling 1-866-487-2365, or by U.S. Mail to U.S. Department of Labor, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20210. Email is also an option by locating the specific departmen... More »

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Human resource departments commonly answer questions pertaining to job benefits, employment, labor relations, and training and development. One common job benefit question asks when an employee can change her benefits pl... More »

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The hours worked per day for a part-time job vary depending on local labor laws, but most are four to six hours each day. This results in 20 to 30 hours each week based on a five-day working week. More »

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