Good faith bargaining requires the employer and the union to meet at reasonable times, to confer in good faith about certain matters, and to put into writing any agreement reached if requested by either party. Good faith bargaining must occur with respect to wages, hours and other terms or conditions of employment, the negotiation of an agreement, or any question arising under an agreement.
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