HEADNOTES Facts In the spring of 1975, two white-collar employees with two private firms in the tree and wood indus- try requested the right for time-off, with retained employment benefits, in order to take part in a five- day course on negotiation and argumentation tech- niques organised by the Union of Clerical and Tech- nical Employees in Industry. Each of them had a shop steward's mandate at his place of work in ac- cordance with the Act Concerning the Status of Shop Stewards at Workplaces. The course was in- tended for negotiators and those dealing with con- sultations. The aim was to train participants in the preparation and conduct of negotiations or consul- tations. Other items were collection of data, collec- tion and evaluation of arguments, preparation for factual expositions, tactical preparations and analy- sis of argumentation, and in addition negotiation exercises based on private white-collar employees' wage matters, dismissals, rationalisations and inter- pretation of agreements. The employers did not in fact resist the employ- ees taking time-off to attend the course but dis- puted that it was such union activity as is embraced by the Act concerning the Status of Shop Stewards. Decision 1. Participation in a
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Published: Jan 1, 1975
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