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does the law permit the union or the federal government to impose terms and conditions substantially similar to those enjoyed by similiarly situated workers

I believe it permits the Union, am i correct?

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    Unions can never "impose" conditions. Any agreement between a union and a company is a mutual agreement.

    The question is vague about "substantially similar to those enjoyed by similiarly situated workers."

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    What i mean is that if i union represent employees and the company and I cannot reach an agreement on any issue even though i have been willing to conced on some issue what would most likely happen in this case.

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    Then it can be taken to the Labor Relations Board. Its decision may be based upon conditions substantially similar to those enjoyed by similiarly situated workers.

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