Volume 8, Issue 2 (1979)
The School Psychologist and Collective Barganing: The Brokerage of Influence and Professional Concerns
Thomas C. Agin
Introduction: Although the union movement in this country has a long history, collective bargaining by public sector employees is still a relatively new phenomenon. The“National Labor Relations Act” does not cover any public employees, and many states still have legislation prohibiting the organization of government employees under their jurisdiction. The current trend, however, appears to be toward granting collective bargaining rights to public employees similar to those of their counterparts in the private sector.
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