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Posts by Alvaro Hasani

When a transit authority considers 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.  The source of the duty may be one of three types of labor laws that govern the transit employment relationship:  the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the Railway Labor Act (RLA) or state-specific public sector collective bargaining statutes.  This post will discuss the duty to bargain generally.  Next week’s post will review subjects over which an employer may be required to bargain and steps an employer can take now to better position itself to automate.

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