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  Title A recent history of the organization of a collective bargaining unit and negotiation of an initial collective bargaining agreement at Palmer College of Chiropractic
Journal Chiropr Hist. 2006 Winter;26(2):71-80
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes The purpose of this paper is to present the events that occurred at Palmer College of Chiropractic which led to the formation of a collective bargaining unit (CBU). The information was collected through the use of personal notes, Faculty Senate minutes, and correspondence both paper and electronic.

Months and even years of focused attention to detail can be required on the part of both the Bargaining Unit and the College’s negotiating team to reach an agreement that will be ratified by both parties. The formation of a collective bargaining unit can guarantee defined rights for eligible faculty.

First author: Glenn K. Sorgenfrey

This abstract is reproduced with the permission of the publisher.

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