By Senators Matson and Moore
WHEREAS, Constant social and economic changes impact employee-employer relations, requiring examination of state policies that affect such relationships; and
WHEREAS, State law should equitably protect the interest of both labor and management, and serve the broad public interest; and
WHEREAS, The goal of the State of Washington should be to establish a climate that enhances business success and labor peace and prosperity for all of the residents of the state;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the Senate of the State of Washington that the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee establish a review group to study employee-employer relations to examine the impact of state and federal laws on multi-employer-employee bargaining unit labor relations; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee Chairman appoint the ten member review group including the following: (1) One member from each caucus of the Senate; (2) two members representing a general business organization; (3) two members representing a general organized labor organization; (4) two members representing a multibargaining group on behalf of employers; and (5) two members representing a multibargaining group on behalf of employees; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee may use Senate staff, agencies, and facilities as necessary to carry out the mandates of this resolution; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the review group report to the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee by January 1, 1992, or no later than the commencement of the 1992 regular session of the legislature.
I, Gordon A. Golob, Secretary of the Senate,
do hereby certify that this is a true and
correct copy of Senate Resolution 1991-8684,
adopted by the Senate April 28, 1991.
GORDON A. GOLOB
Secretary of the Senate