COLLECTIVELY BARGAINED SMOKING POLICIES SEEN BY UNIONS AS FAIREST ALTERNATIVE

DOWDELL JS
1985-00-00

Bureau of National Affairs report on labor union's takes on workplace smoking policies. Finds collectively bargained smoking policies are the most favorable option, and that as long as there is proper bargaining, many unions agree to strict policies, but most are not ready to accept a full smoking ban. Focuses on a case in which Communications Workers of America lost when they tried to oppose a sm... read more

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Subjects
LaGrande, David
August, James
Sisco, Pat
Howlett, Robert
Lindemier, Donald
Borwegan, Bill
Martino, Dennis
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Bureau of National Affairs (BNA)
Communications Workers of America
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
Washington Federation of State Employees
Department of Social and Health Services
Washington Personnel Board
SHS
Ameritech Publishing
American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T)
Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
New Hampshire State Employees Association
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