Minnesota Labor Relations Act
|Minnesota Labor Relations Act|
The Minnesota Labor Relations Act is a Minnesota labor relations statute enacted in 1939.
It remains a subject of scholarly analysis.
- "About Us". Bureau of Mediation Services. St. Paul: Minnesota.gov. October 19, 2018 . Retrieved 2018-11-06.
In 1939, the state legislature enacted the Minnesota Labor Relations Act (Minnesota Statutes 179) as a means of peacefully settling disputes resulting from the growing size and strength of Minnesota's labor movement. The Act recognized that a sound economy is aided by a constructive labor-management environment. To administer the Act, the legislature created the Division of Conciliation, the forerunner of the present Bureau of Mediation Services. The Division was to perform four functions: conciliation/mediation, arbitration, bargaining unit determinations, and bargaining unit certification elections.
- Lazar, Joseph; Seltzer, George; Lombardi, Vincent. "Tripartite Commissions in Public Interest Labor Disputes Under the Minnesota Labor Relations Act" (PDF). Labor Law Journal (Article). CCH Incorporated. 17 (5): 297–309. Retrieved 2018-11-06 – via EBSCO SocINDEX with Full Text.
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