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Labor Relations Law 6th ed

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Benjamin J. TaylorUniversity of Oklahoma, USA, Fred WitneyIndiana University, USA

ISBN13: 9780135172773
ISBN: 0135172772
Published: September 1992
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



A contemporary approach that deals with major trends in the law of labour relations and discusses the reasons for the trends and their impact on the overall operation of collective bargaining. The authors provide economic analyses of the problems resulting from the efforts of government to define the rights, duties and obligations of labour unions and employers in the area of labour relations and collective bargaining and concentrate on the major developments including lawfulness of testing employees for drug and alcohol abuse, and union obligation to provide fair representation to its members.

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Contents:
Background - the development of labour relations law; understanding Taft-Hartley and its scope - the Taft-Hartley Act, an overview, jurisdiction and the National Labour Relations Board; establishment of collective bargaining - control of the bargaining unit, election policies of the National Labor Relations Board; control of collective bargaining - collective bargaining under Taft-Hartley, enforcement of the Collective Bargaining Agreement; industrial conflict - strikes, lockouts and picketing, secondary boycott pressures; other aspects of government control - Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, discrimination and equal employment opportunity, labour relations in the public sector; the final work - evolution and problems of labour relations law.