The Los Santos Labor Relations Act (LSLRA) of 2010

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The Los Santos Labor Relations Act (LSLRA) of 2010

Post by Hoovie » Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:40 am

The Los Santos Labor Relations Act (LSLRA):

The LSLRA establishes the rights of employees to engage in collective bargaining and to strike. This act also specifically defines a number of employer practices as unfair to labor:

1: Interference with the efforts of employees to form, join, or assist labor organizations or with the efforts of employees to engage in concerted activities for their mutual aid or protection.
2: An employer's domination of a labor organization or contribution of financial or other support to it.
3: Discrimination in the hiring or awarding of tenure to employees based on union affiliation.
4: Discrimination agaisnt employees for filing charges under the act or giving testimony under the act.
5: Refusal to bargain collectively with the duly designated representative of the employees.

To ensure that employees' rights will be protected, the government will have the authority to investigate employees' charges of unfair labor practices and to file complaints agaisnt employers in response to these charges. When violations are found, the government may also issue ease-and-desist orders. Disputes over alleged unfair labor practices are first decided by the government and may then be appealed to an appellate court.

Union Organization:

The first step in organizing a union at a particular firm is to have the workers sign authorization cards. An authorization card usually states that the worker desires to have a certain union represent the workforce. If the majority of the workers sign authorization cards, the union organizers present the cards to the employer and ask for formal recognition of the union. If a majority of employees sign authorization cards the employer must recognize the union. All unions are subject to approval by the Government of Los Santos.

Collective Bargaining:

If the government certifies the union, the union becomes the exclusive bargaining representative of the workers. The central legal right of a union is to engage in collective bargaining on the members' behalf. Collective bargaining is the process by which labor and management negotiate the terms and conditions of employment, including wages, benefits, working conditions, and other matters. When a union is recognized, it may demand to bargain with the employer and negotiate new terms or conditions of employment.

Bargaining does not mean that one side must give in to the other or that compromises must be made. It does mean that a demand to bargain with the employer must be taken seriously and both sides must bargain in "good faith." Good faith bargaining means that management, for instance, must be willing to meet with union representatives and consider the union's wishers when negotiating a contract.


When extensive collective barraging has been conducted an an impasse results, the union may call a strike against the employer to pressure it into making concessions. In a strike, the unionized workers leave their jobs and refuse to work. A strike is an extreme action.

The right to strike is guaranteed by the LSLRA, within limits, and strike activities, such as picketing, are protected by the free speech guarantee of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Employers are permitted to hire replacement workers to substitute for the workers who are on strike. Striking workers are not guaranteed the right to return to their jobs after the strike if satisfactory replacement workers have been found. If the employer has not hired replacement workers to fill the strikers' positions, however, then the employer must rehire the economic strikers to fill any vacancies. Employers may not discriminate agaisnt former economic strikers, and those who are rehired retain their seniority rights.
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Re: The Los Santos Labor Relations Act (LSLRA) of 2010

Post by Conti » Sun Mar 29, 2015 1:03 am



On the day of the 28 of March, 2015, at the behest of the Mayor of Los Santos and its Unincorporated Counties, and after close analysis, the aforementioned act has been nullified by the Honorable Anthony Guidone. This act is no longer in effect due to the fact the more recent legislation has nullified the aforementioned acts.

I hereby certify that the foregoing decision was lawfully made by the Executive Branch of the Government of the State of San Andreas, on this date of 28 day of March in the year of 2015

    Anthony Guidone
    State Attorney General

Approved on this 28 day of March in the year of 2015

    Rakesh Namir
    Mayor of Los Santos and its associated, unincorporated counties
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Retired Head of Government Management
Matthew Goodman, Lieutenant Governor Emeritus
Hon. Anthony Guidone, Attorney General Emeritus
Lieutenant II Mark Conti, Los Santos Police Department (RET.)


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