“Labor Peace” Agreements Unlikely to Give Employers Peace
Danielle Moore, Bailey Bifoss, and Christopher Conti authored the article “’Labor Peace’ Agreements Unlikely to Give Employers Peace” featured in MG Magazine. This article explains the “labor peace agreement” cannabis employers have been using in their business.
The term “labor peace agreement” describes a neutrality agreement between an employer and a union, under which both sides agree to give up something in exchange for “peace.” Unions give up their right to picket, strike, or otherwise engage in conduct that interferes with business operations; employers give up their right to lock out organizing employees, run anti-union campaigns, or make negative statements to employees about the union.
To read the full article, MG Retailer.