Abstract

This Article will address the most significant issues that arise under call-in pay and reporting pay clauses. After discussing in general the different situations covered by the two types of guarantee clauses, the Article will address problems concerning the application and calculation of pay under a call-in provision. The following sections examine qualification for reporting pay, the interpretation of contractual exceptions to the guarantee, and management's obligation to notify employees not to report if it wishes to avoid liability under a guaranteed pay clause.

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Originally published in Syracuse Law Review, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 867-896, 1984.

Keywords

collective bargaining agreements, employee pay

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Publication Date

1984

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Copyright 1984 Roger I. Abrams and Dennis R. Nolan. All rights reserved.

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Roger I. Abrams and Dennis R. Nolan

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