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MLB asked to voluntarily accept minor league union

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Major League Baseball Players Association asks management to voluntarily accept union. Players with minor league contracts would become their own bargaining unit. If MLB does not voluntarily accept the union, signed cards would allow the union to file a petition to the National Labor Relations Board. A majority vote in an election would authorize union representation.
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Players Association asks Major League Baseball to voluntarily accept minor league union

The Major League Baseball Players Association is asking MLB management to voluntarily accept the union as the...

5 months ago·United States
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MLB asked to voluntarily accept minor league union

NEW YORK (AP) — The Major League Baseball Players Association asked management Tuesday to voluntarily accept the union as the bargaining agent for minor leaguers. Bruce Meyer, the union's deputy executive director, sent a letter to MLB Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem that claimed a majority of minor leaguers had signed authorization cards.

5 months ago·United States
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MLB asked to voluntarily accept minor league union

The Major League Baseball Players Association is asking MLB management to voluntarily accept the union as the bargaining agent for minor leaguers

5 months ago·United States
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MLB asked to voluntarily accept minor league union - Local News 8

By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball WriterNEW YORK (AP) — The Major League Baseball Players Association is asking MLB management to voluntarily accept the union as the bargaining agent for minor leaguers. The union’s deputy executive director sent a letter to MLB claiming a majority of minor leaguers signed authorization cards. The MLBPA launched the minor league unionization drive on Aug. 28. Players with minor league contracts earn as little as $400 we…

5 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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MLBPA asks MLB to voluntarily accept minor league union after vote

NEW YORK (AP) — The Major League Baseball Players Association asked management Tuesday to voluntarily accept the union as the bargaining agent for minor leaguers.Bruce Meyer, the union’s deputy executive director, sent a letter to MLB Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem that claimed a majority of minor leaguers had signed authorization cards.The MLBPA, which reached its first collective bargaining agreement for major leaguers in 1968, launched the min…

5 months ago·Canada
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MLB notebook: MLBPA asks to voluntarily accept minor league union

Players with minor league contracts would become their own bargaining unit within the MLBPA.

5 months ago·Portland, United States
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