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Layoffs, plant closings and concession bargaining

Layoffs, plant closings and concession bargaining

BNA"s summary report for 1982

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Published by Bureau of National Affairs in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant shutdowns -- United States,
  • Layoff systems -- United States

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    ContributionsBureau of National Affairs (Washington, D.C.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14055061M

      Provide notice of mass layoffs and plant closings as soon as possible. Provide additional notice if the scheduled event is delayed. Pre-sale of business: seller must provide required notice. Post-sale: buyer must provide notice. A sale does not require . plant closings, mass layoffs, or if the number of employment losses which occur during a day period fails to meet the threshold requirements of a plant closing or mass layoff, but the number of employment losses for 2 or more groups of workers, each of which is less than the minimum number needed to trigger notice, reaches the threshold.

    Plant Closures The long-term effects of a plant closure are rather evident—job loss, financial difficulty for displaced workers. And if not managed correctly, it can also have a negative impact on the company’s public image. But what happens prior to a plant closure? Proven Corporate Strategy When the decision is made to close facilities, it .   The recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Pan American Grain Co. v. NLRB serves as a good reminder for unionized businesses contemplating layoffs: They may be obligated to bargain with the union that represents their employees not only over the effects of the layoff on employees but, possibly, the decision itself.

      Momentum is growing for this Sunday’s meeting to mobilize workers against the shutdown of five plants in the US and Canada and the elimination of more . Labor Union Study Tour Participants, Economic Dislocations — Plant Closings, Plant Relocations and Plant Conversions 6 (), a report of a group from various AFL CIO unions that toured Sweden, West Germany, and England to study their laws concerning plant closures, for the assertion that fewer than 45% of the people covered by pension plans.


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In negotiations, about one-third of the plants in each industry engaged in concession bargaining and the others did not. The author hypothesizes that this pattern resulted from interplant differences in the likelihood of layoffs or shutdowns, measured by factors such as plant age and size, relative wage level, and nature of by: ISSUES/CASES Disclosing Plant Closings and Layoffs to Reduce Community Disruptions.

Concerned over the economic impacts of intensifying global competition in the manufacturing sector and facing political fallout from a growing number of high-profile plant closings and mass layoffs, Congress debated a variety of proposals in the late s and early s.

The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) protects workers, their families, and communities by requiring employers with or more employees (generally not counting those who have worked less than six months in the last 12 months and those who work an average of less than 20 hours a week) to provide at least 60 calendar days advance written notice of a plant closing and.

Re: Layoff and Total Plant Closing Clauses in a Collective Bargaining Agreement Two different clauses, two different purposes. If the company gives notice under the first clause, it is living up to its obligation under the first clause to "notify the Union in writing at least 6 months in advance of a complete plant closure".

In negotiations, about one-third of the plants in each industry engaged in concession bargaining and the others did not. The author hypothesizes that this pattern resulted from interplant differences in plant closings and concession bargaining book likelihood of layoffs or shutdowns, measured by factors such as plant age and size, relative wage level, and nature of by: HON - Layoffs Amazon IT - Everyone WFH until October.

Microsoft - Everyone will be WFH until October. Workers with families get 12 weeks of PTO to Layoffs used 2 days.

Home» Layoffs» Plant and Company Closings Plant and Company Closings. Plant and Company Closings. JC Penney, Sears and RadioShack Look Doomed Despite Strong Outlook for Holiday Shopping Season.

October 8, No Comments on Vlasic Plant to Close, Layoff Workers. Post View 3. Different Effects by Forms of Job Displacement. Research suggests that the form of displacement produces differential economic consequences. The seminal work in this area (Gibbons and Katz ) demonstrated that layoffs are associated with higher economic losses than are plant s and Katz () argued that in the case of a layoff, discretionary dismissal of employees acts as a Cited by: Effects of Layoffs and Plant Closings on Depression Among Older Workers Article (PDF Available) in Research on Aging 30(6) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Airbus defense division plans to cut more than 2, jobs. Reuters Wed, Feb 19th General Motors to lay off all 1, plant workers in Thailand following sale. Reuters Wed, Feb 19th Enter to open, tab to navigate, enter to select.

All Content Content Menu. Search. is live since Janu. is a simple discussion board for all of us who would like to learn more about the rumors or possibility of job cuts in our company.

The workforce reduction process is inherently secretive and plagued with rumors. Companies release little or no details while planning such resource actions. SIGNALING IN THE LABOR MARKET: NEW EVIDENCE ON LAYOFFS, AND PLANT CLOSINGS Abstract In my asymmetric-information model of layoffs, high-productivity workers are more likely to be recalled to their former employer and may choose to remain unemployed rather than to accept a.

Not a sign of strength. Ford Plant Closures In Russia Mean Mass Layoffs, Protests Over Pay - Duration: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty views. Signaling in the Labor Market: New Evidence on Layoffs and Plant Closings∗ In my asymmetric-information model of layoffs, high-productivity workers are more likely to be recalled to their former employer and may choose to remain unemployed rather than to accept a low-wage job.

In this case, unemployment can serve as a signal of productivity, and. World Socialist Web Site US auto union sanctions mass layoffs and plant closings By Jerry Isaacs This then became the “pattern” for the concession contracts of the s and : Jerry Isaacs.

Layoffs, Plant Closings, and Worker Displacement in America: Serious Problems that Need a National Solution. Gary B. Hansen. Corresponding Author. Utah State University. GARY B. HANSEN is Professor of Economics and Director of the Utah Center for Productivity and Quality of Working Life at Utah State University.

He received his Ph.D. in Cited by: Reductions in Force and Plant Closings. Abstract [Excerpt] This chapter summarizes the provisions of federal and California law that are implicated by reductions in force (RIFs), plant closings, and plant relocations.

Two statutes that come into play under such circumstances are the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) (29 USC.

Plant Closings, Mass Layoffs, and Worker Dislocations: Data Issues In the past two decades, the nature of U.S. industry has changed. Pressured by domestic and international competition, businesses have exhibited a new kind of dynamism and mobility.

Aiming to improve competitiveness, businesses automate. They tighten up, downsize, or decentralize operations. Plant Closings / Mass Layoffs The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act offers some protection to workers, their families and communities against plant closings and/or mass layoffs, by requiring employers to give their workers sixty days notice before a plant closing or mass notice must be provided to either affected workers or their representatives (such as a.

workers will be shorter for those displaced by plant closings than for those displaced by layoffs. In our empirical work, we use data from the Displaced Workers Supplements in the January and Current Population Surveys. We find that the evidence (with respect to both re-employment wages and post-displacement unemployment duration) is Cited by:   After a quiet year, mass layoffs and plant closings roared back to the fore front in the past month.

Among the major events: * Steelcase Inc. of Grand Rapids, MI, said it will cut office jobs, mostly in western Michigan, by next February.layoff” or “plant closing.”Whether a “mass layoff” or “plant closing” has occurred depends on the number of employees who have experienced an “employment loss” at a single site of employment over a or day period.1 The WARN statute provides that the term “employment loss” means: “(A) An employment termination.