Guidelines

Guidelines

Guidelines in Labor Law

Concept of Guidelines published by Tamuk: Documents published by various compliance agencies for the purpose of clarifying provisions of a law or regulation and indicating how an agency will interpret its law or regulation.

Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinating Council

Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinating Council

Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinating Council (Eeocc) in Labor Law

Concept of Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinating Council (Eeocc) published by Tamuk: The coordinating body established under Section 715 of Title Vil of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in its amendment by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972. The EEOCC is composed of the Secretary of Labor, the Chairman of the EEOC, the Attorney General, the Chairman of the U.S. Civil Service Commission, or their respective delegates. The Council is responsible for taking steps to. . . maximize effort, promote efficiency, and eliminate conflict, competition, duplication and inconsistency among the operations . . .” of various federal agencies with compliance responsibilities in equal employment opportunity.

Code of Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulations (Cfr) in Labor Law

Concept of Code of Federal Regulations (Cfr) published by Tamuk: The code contains Presidential executive orders and regulations based on those orders, federal laws, and other federal regulations. Related matters are grouped together. Title 41 CFR Chapter 60, for example, deals with the various Department of Labor EEO regulations and guidelines concerning federal government contractors.

Parity

Parity

Parity in Labor Law

Concept of Parity published by Tamuk: A condition achieved in an organization when the protected class composition of its work force is equal to that in the relevant available labor force.

Weingarten Rights

Weingarten Rights

Definition of Weingarten Rights

A notion of Weingarten Rights is available: The rights of employees covered by the NLRA to request union representation during investigatory interviews if they reasonably believe that the interview could result in their being disciplined. Weingarten rights also guarantee the rights of union representatives to assist and counsel employees during interviews which could lead to discipline.

Selective Certification

Selective Certification

Selective Certification in Labor Law

Concept of Selective Certification published by Tamuk: The process of certifying the names of persons on an eligible list based on their possession of specific qualifying criteria (e.g. by sex).

Member in Good Standing

Member in Good Standing

Definition of Member in Good Standing

A notion of Member in Good Standing is available: A union member in good standing is one who has fulfilled requirements for the organization and who has not voluntarily withdrawn from membership, been expelled, or suspended.

Areawide Bargaining

Areawide Bargaining

Definition of Areawide Bargaining

A notion of Areawide Bargaining is available: Collective bargaining agreement which covers all the unionized employers and their employees in a specific geographical and industrial setting.

Garnishment

Garnishment

Definition of Garnishment

A notion of Garnishment is available: Deductions made by an employer from an employee's wages and rendered to a creditor of the employee.