Recommendation: The Chairman of the Board of Directors of TVA should take the initiative to take a voluntary and cooperative approach in collective bargaining between all parties involved. Under this approach, VAT and labour organisations should strive to reach agreement on a collective bargaining framework that is considered fair to all parties and includes administrative procedures and mechanisms available to all parties to resolve negotiations. The GAO found that TVA employees (1) collectively negotiated the VAT policy with THE TVA management and not by law; (2) Under the VAT policy, their employees and their unions enjoy such advantages compared to other federal agencies under labour relations law, such as the ability to negotiate wages; (3) Although the VAT bargaining structure contains certain provisions that are in common with federal labour relations laws, LA TVA employees and their unions do not have fundamental rights and rights that are guaranteed by law to workers in most other private and federal organizations, including the legal right to collective bargaining and the use of certain dispute resolution opportunities; (4) VAT`s labour relations have deteriorated over the past decade due to the unions` belief that the collective bargaining process was insufficient; (5) Unfavourable economic conditions have led VAT management to reduce and reorganize its workforce and adopt a stricter negotiating position, which has made it more difficult for management and trade unions to reach agreement on wages and other proposals; (6) Union representatives found that TVA management had unfairly used its negotiating position to obtain concessions by threatening to repeal collective agreements if negotiations were suspended; and (7) Union representatives considered that the petition to Congress or the courts was the only way to resolve the deadlocks in the negotiations. Methyl polymethacrylate (PMMA) is a methyl methacrylate thermoplastic polymer (MMA). It is a clear, powerful and lightweight plastic that, due to its energy efficiency and weather resistance, is generally used to replace glass. The main players in the market are Mitsubishi Chemical, Evonik, Chi Mei, Arkema, Sumitomo Chemical and LG MMA. Sales of methyl polymethacrylate (PMMA) increased from 2294.1 K MT in 2013 to 2567.2 K MT in 2018, with an average growth rate of about 2.28%. Methyl polymethacrylate (PMMA) is mainly used in construction, photoelectricity, lighting and transportation, etc. The largest share of consumption of 34.33% in 2018 is in construction demand. As the economy develops, downstream application industries will need more polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA).
Thus, methyl polymethacrylate (PMMA) will have enormous market potential in the future. According to the study, the methyl methacrylate (PMMA) market is expected to have a turnover of 2.0% CAGR over the next five years, with the global market size reaching $8920 million by 2024, up from $8080 million in 2019. In particular, this report presents the overall market share (revenue and turnover) of the main companies in the methrable polyethyl activity (PMMA). NECA INSIDE WAGE AND FRINGES 12/1/2018 Dokument: NECA Inside Löhne & Fransen 2019 – 2021.pdf Inhaltsverzeichnis2019-2024 Global Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Marktbericht (Status und Ausblick)1 Umfang des Berichts1.1 Markteinführung1.2 Forschungsziele1.3 Jahre betrachtet1.4 Marktforschungsmethodik1.5 Wirtschaftsindikatoren 1.6 Währung berücksichtigt2 Zusammenfassung2.1 Weltmarktübersicht2.1.1 Global Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Marktgröße 2014-20242.1.2 Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Marktgröße CAGR nach Region2.2 Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Segment nach Typ2.3 Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Marktgröße nach Typ 2.3.1 Global Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Marktanteil der Marktgröße nach Typ (2014-2019)2.3.2 Global Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Marktgröße Wachstumsrate nach Typ (2014-2019)2.4 Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Segment nach Anwendung2.5 Poly Methyl Methacrylat (PMMA) Markt Größe nach Anwendung