Title

Collective Bargaining in the Absence of Protective Legislation: The Case of Louisiana

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1993

Publication Source

Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector

Volume

22

Issue

3

Inclusive pages

259-265

Publisher

Baywood Plublishing Co., Inc.

ISBN/ISSN

00472301

Abstract

There is an unusual history of collective bargaining and deputy sheriffs in the state of Florida. While police officers have been allowed to unionize and collectively bargain since 1968, it has only been since 2003 that deputy sheriffs have been given that right. (Please note that despite the similarities in job duties, deputy sheriffs were not considered to be public employees for the purposes of collective bargaining.)

Disciplines

Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Behavior and Theory

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