EMPLOYER REFUSAL TO BARGAIN IN GOOD FAITH; REFUSAL TO PROVIDE INFORMATION – In General
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604.01000 – In General
An employer’s duty to provide, upon request, necessary and relevant information to an exclusive representative derives from the duty to bargain in good faith; the duty to bargain in good faith is only owed between an employee organization and the employer, and does not apply to the relationship between an individual employee and the employer; where employee organization withdrew as a charging party to the charge, individual employee lacked standing to pursue an allegation that an employer engaged in bad faith bargaining by failing to comply with an information request.