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Plea bargaining agreement could also be availed by an accused who pleads guilty of possession of equipment, instrument, apparatus and other paraphernalia for dangerous drugs during parties, social gatherings or meetings, or in the proximate company of at least two persons.
Sotto explained that the current laws allow plea bargaining deals for all crimes, including heinous crimes, except for violation of the Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.
The country has a relatively long history of unionism and collective bargaining compared to other Southeast Asian countries.
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"The key question here is whether Aggregate Industries transferred work or changed the scope of the bargaining unit.
But our results show that laws requiring school districts to engage in collective bargaining with teachers unions lead students to be less successful in the labor market in adulthood.
The purpose of effects bargaining is for the union to "discuss with the employer how the impact of the sale on the employees can be ameliorated..." According to the Board, "effects bargaining encompasses issues such as severance pay, seniority, pensions, health insurance [and] job security."
Collective bargaining, as enshrined in the Conventions of the International Labour Organisation, is a basic labour standard provided for workers.
When Chatterjee (Pennsylvania State U.) was asked by colleagues what he had been working on, he prepared a conference presentation summarizing his recent paper, primarily in bargaining. With some revision, that presentation has become the introduction to this collection of the papers it discusses.
ERIC Descriptors: Foreign Countries; Collective Bargaining; Public School Teachers; Legislation; Public Education; Elementary Secondary Education
India, May 13 -- What is meant by 'plea bargaining'?
In recent decades, collective bargaining has emerged as a prominent human right at work.
On or about June 3, 2009 the National Football Players Association ("NFLPA" or the "Union"), the recognized collective bargaining representative of all players in the National Football League ("NFL" or the "League"), and the NFL Management Council ("NFLMC"), acting on behalf of the member clubs of the NFL, began formal negotiations of a new collective bargaining agreement.
Some workers bargain with prospective employers before accepting a job ("wage bargaining") while others consider a posted wage as a take-it-or-leave-it opportunity ("wage posting").