When 1983 ushered in a new administration more sensitive to the glaring absence of such legislation, the passage of a comprehensive public employees' collective bargaining law was clearly imminent. This article will examine the inadequacies of Ohio's law prior to the enactment of Senate Bill No. 133; summarize the provisions of this new statute; and note its impact on public employees and their employee organizations.
Chesler, Steven B. and Smith, Shawn E.
"Public Sector Collectice Bargaining in Ohio: Before and After Senate Bill No. 133,"
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