9780030180095

Labor Relations Process

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  • ISBN13:

    9780030180095

  • ISBN10:

    0030180090

  • Edition: 6th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 9/1/1996
  • Publisher: South-Western College Pub
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Author Biography

Roger S. Wolters is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management at Auburn University. Kenneth M. Jennings, Jr. was the Richard de Raismes Proefssor of Industrial Relations at the University of North Florida, where he taught undergraduate and graduate courses in labor relations and human resource management. William H. Holley, Jr. taught labor relations, collective bargaining, and arbitration for 32 years at Auburn University.

Table of Contents

PART ONE RECOGNIZING RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF UNIONS AND MANAGEMENT 2(216)
Union-Management Relationships in Perspective
5(29)
Evolution of Labor-Management Relationships
34(42)
Legal Influences
76(37)
Unions and Management: Key Participants in the Labor Relations Process
113(49)
Why and How Unions Are Organized
162(56)
PART TWO NEGOTIATING AND ADMINISTERING THE LABOR AGREEMENT 218(168)
Negotiating the Labor Agreement
221(37)
Resolving Negotiation Impasses and Developing Cooperation
258(50)
Contract Administration
308(24)
Labor Arbitration
332(54)
PART THREE THE OUTCOMES OF THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ISSUES 386(162)
Employee Discipline
389(24)
Institutional Issues: Managerial Rights, Union Security, and the Rights of Minority and Female Employees
413(28)
Administrative Issues
441(36)
Economic Issues
477(71)
PART FOUR APPLYING THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS TO DIFFERENT WORK ARRANGEMENTS 548(3)
Labor Relations in the Public Sector
551(42)
Labor Relations in Multinational Corporations and in Other Countries
593(36)
The Labor Relations Process: Synthesis and Possibilities
629

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