- Collective Bargaining FAQs (University of Hawaii)This FAQ explains the basics of collective bargaining law in the private sector, from employees' rights to form a union to holding a union election to mandatory subjects of bargaining. The explanations are clear but brief.
- Collective Bargaining and Labor Arbitration (Cornell Legal Information Institute)From the Legal Information Institute, Cornell University Law School, provides an overview and links to federal, state, and international legal material.
- EurWORK: the European Observatory of Working LifeEurofound’s long-established observatories on industrial relations (EIRO) and working conditions (EWCO) have now been combined to form EurWORK: the European Observatory of Working Life. EurWORK gathers all Eurofound's resources on working conditions and industrial relations, and is supported by a network of European correspondents across all EU Member States and Norway. Eurofound runs two regular surveys on working life issues: the European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) and the European Company Survey (ECS).
- MU Labor Education Program (Univ. of Missouri--Columbia)This is a set of lectures by Paul K. Rainsberger, director of Univ. of Missouri--Columbia's Labor Education program, on collective bargaining. Topics include: Historical Models, Behavioral Factors Influencing Union Bargaining Power, Effective Negotiations, The Bargaining Climate, Techniques, and The Arithmetic of Collective Bargaining. The lectures are oriented towards labor students and are practitioner-oriented.
- Negotiations/Contract (UE)Resources for collective bargaining, including Mid-Contract Bargaining Changes.
- Numbers Crunching for Negotiations (UE)The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America provides this page to help union negotiators cost out contracts.