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Labor Management Relations 5th ed

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Quinn D. MillsHarvard University, USA

ISBN13: 9780070425125
ISBN: 0070425124
Published: November 1993
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This text focuses on labour-management disputes, and discusses the involvement of union officials, managers, and government officials in collective bargaining, grievance processing, and dispute settlement. It emphasizes the rapid social, demographic, and economic changes affecting the workplace.;This edition also examines: workplace diversity; new work systems; power, its exercise and its limitations; the history, philosophy, and structure of the American labour movement; and law and court decisions.

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Contents:
PART A: CONTEMPORARY LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS 1: THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SYSTEM PART B: THE HISTORICAL AND INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT 2: HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF AMERICAN UNIONS 3: MEMBERSHIP AND STRUCTURE IN THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE PART C: MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES (NEW) 4: UNIONS, AND THE NEW WORKPLACE (NEW) 5: HUMAN DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE 6: THE NON-UNION EMPLOYER PART D: LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS AND THE LEGAL SETTING 7: STATUTORY AND JUDICIAL REGULATION 8: THE NLRB AND UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES 9: UNION ORGANIZATION FOR BARGAINING PART E: BARGAINING STRUCTURE 10: DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF RELATIONS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR 11: LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 12: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ABROAD PART F: THE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PROCESS 13: THE NEGOTIATIONS PROCESS 14: UNION ORGANIZATION FOR BARGAINING 15: MANAGEMENT PREPARATIONS FOR NEGOTIATIONS 16: STRIKES AND DISPUTE SETTLEMENT PART G: SUBJECTS OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 17: RIGHTS OF EMPLOYEES, UNIONS, AND MANAGEMENT 18: WAGES: Theory and Practice 19: BENEFITS 20: GRIEVANCES AND ARBITRATION 21: QUALITY, PRODUCTIVITY AND EMPLOYMENT SECURITY PART H: AN ASSESSMENT OF LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS 22: THE CONSEQUENCE OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING