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Are collective bargaining agreements (labor union contracts) available to the public? How can I find them?

Last Updated: May 15, 2015  |  1239 Views
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Collective bargaining agreements (CBA) negotiated in the private sector are generally not required to be disclosed, although they may occasionally show up as an appendix to a company's SEC filings.

The Office of Labor Management Standards (OLMS) of the Department of Labor does maintain a Collective Bargaining Agreement File of contracts covering at least 1,000 workers. It is important to realize that participation in this program is voluntary, so some materials may not be current or available for all major bargaining units.

The Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE) Library at UC, Berkeley also maintains a Labor Contracts Database.

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