Thinking About Automation? Be Ready to Address These Subjects in Bargaining Process
Transit employers thinking about adopting autonomous vehicle technology need to consider the labor law ramifications of automation early in the decision-making process. In the third of a five-part series, Todd Lyon published an article focused on the topics that are likely to arise during a transit employer’s duty to bargain. Lyon explains that “[t]ransit employers will want to consider in advance how existing collective bargaining agreement provisions may limit management’s ability to make workforce adjustments such as layoffs and reassignments and address any impediments in new or upcoming negotiations.”
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