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Labor Relations: Development, Structure, Processes by John Fossum presents the history and development of labor relations, the structure and internal politics of union organizations, union organizing and union avoidance, bargaining structures and issues, and the process of negotiations and contract administration. As a result of decreasing union membership over the last twenty years, more material in the book addresses employee relations in nonunion organizations, and includes examples of both cooperative and adversarial relationships.
John Fossum is a Professor of Human Resources and Industrial Relations in the Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies, Carlson School of Management, at the University of Minnesota.
Table of Contents
|FossumLabor Relations: Development, Structure, Process, 9/e Brief Contents|
|The Evolution of American Labor|
|Employment Law and Federal Agencies|
|Union Structure and Government|
|Unions: Member and Leader Attitudes, Behaviors, and Political Activities|
|Union Organizing Campaigns|
|Union Avoidance: Rationale, Strategies, and Practices|
|The Environment for Bargaining|
|Wage and Benefit Issues in Bargaining|
|Nonwage Issues in Bargaining|
|Impasses and Their Resolution|
|Public-Sector Labor Relations|
|A Survey of Labor Relations in Market Economies|
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