Violating an Employer’s Duty to Bargain

An employer may violate the duty to bargain if the employer’s conduct in bargaining, viewed in its entirety, indicates that the employer did not negotiate with a good faith intention to reach agreement. However, an employer’s good faith is not at issue when its conduct constitutes an out-and-out refusal to bargain on a mandatory subject.

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