For undergraduate courses in Labor Relations.Labor Relations provides students with a basic understanding of unionism in its natural habitat and a fundamental appreciation of the union-management process. It focuses on the negotiation and administration of labor agreements, and emphasizes the more significant bargaining issues.
- Hardback | 506 pages
- 184.9 x 242.6 x 31.8mm | 992.91g
- 01 Jan 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 10th edition
Table of contents
I. SETTING THE STAGE. 1. Organized Labor and the Management Community: An Overview. II. THE ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK. 2. The Historical Framework. 3. The Legal Framework. 4. Union Behavior: Structure, Government, and Operation. III. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. 5. At the Bargaining Table. 6. Administration of the Agreement. 7. Wage Issues Under Collective Bargaining. 8. Economic Supplements Under Collective Bargaining. 9. Institutional Issues Under Collective Bargaining. 10. Administrative Issues Under Collective Bargaining. Appendix: Mock Negotiation Problem. Glossary. Author Index. Subject Index.