1. Is BE bound by the terms of the project labor agreement, which it did not directly sign, including the...
2. Was the project labor agreement only meant to apply only to work performed on the job site as BE contends, or could the terms of the project labor agreement also be applied to off-site work as well, as the union contends?
3. Is it legitimate for a labor organization to negotiate work preservation clause that seeks to encourage contractors to perform work on the job site using union labor by imposing an economic incentive not to outsource the work elsewhere to lower paid employees?
4. What, if any, legitimate business interest of an employer is served by agreeing to a so-called work preservation agreement with one or more unions?
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Question Posted: May 17, 2016 06:22:29