EMPLOYER REFUSAL TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH; DEFENSES – In General
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608.01000 – In General
Under EERA, public school employers and exclusive representatives owe a mutual duty to meet and confer with one another in good faith concerning issues within the scope of representation. Thus, the employer’s duty to negotiate in good faith is owed to the exclusive representative employee organization. Consequently, individual employees lack standing to allege that an employer has failed to bargain in good faith.