Ct Collective Bargaining Agreements

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Connecticut law governs the right of public sector employees to unite and bargain collectively, whether through state law adopted by the legislature or through decisions of the judicial system. Connecticut`s statutes guide school districts in the process of negotiating with local teachers` unions. There is no federal law that gives public sector employees the right to bargain collectively. Below are the current contracts for 16 of the state`s tariff units in the executive. Administrators who lose their duties due to job cuts occupy their place in the teacher bargaining unit and may exercise shooting rights The Office of Labor Relations (OLR) acts as the designated representative of the governor through the OPM secretary for collective bargaining for public servants. There are three main categories of negotiating topics: mandatory, permissive and illegal. This section provides an overview of government laws on collective agreements and negotiations on teacher contracts. ConnCAN cannot contain all the information related to this process here and that this site is not intended for legal advice or consultation. For more information, see thomas B. Mooney`s A Practical Guide to Connecticut School Law (8th edition, 2014). . . .

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. . . . . . . . . . www.cga.ct.gov/current/pub/chap_166.htm#sec_10-153d.

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. . . Conn. Educ. Ass`n v. State Bd. of Labor Relations, 5 Conn. App. 253, cert. Teacher contracts are governed by paragraphs 10-144 to 10-159 of the Connecticut General Statutes, also known as the Teacher Tenure Act. For more information, please see the table below.

. . . Contract negotiations are also influenced by two critical concepts that refer to what may happen outside the document itself: . . . . .

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