2 edition of Union-management cooperation, with special reference to the war production drive found in the catalog.
Union-management cooperation, with special reference to the war production drive
Princeton University. Industrial Relations Section.
by Industrial relations section, Dept. of economics and social institutions, Princeton university in Princeton, N.J
Written in English
|Series||Its Bibliographical series,, no. 68|
|LC Classifications||Z7914.A2 P83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 27 numb. l.|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||43011703|
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Schuster, Michael. Union-Management Cooperation: Structure, Process, Impact. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. This title is brought to you by the Upjohn Institute. For more information, please contact [email protected] Masthead Logo Link. Masthead Logo Link Cited by: Management Cooperation Act (LMCA) of [29 U.S.C.
(a)]. The LMCA is designed to encourage plant, area, and industrywide cooperative union-management efforts to: (1) improve communication between represen tatives of labor and management; (2) provide workers and employers with oppor tunities to study and explore new and in.
Union-Management Cooperation: A Passing Fad or Permanent Change. Lois. Gra); Union-mariagenient cooperation is not a passing fad.
It is not a news, or even a recent, development on the American labor relations scene. None- theless, interest in this subject has been growing. It is the puyosc of this articlc, first, to clarify the meaning of.
Which of the following clauses specify rights to direct the workforce, establish production levels, and frame appropriate company rules and policies. management rights ___ procedures are a high-priority bargaining issue for unions because they allow employees to object to unilateral management action during the term of the agreement.
Industrial Relations Section: Union-management cooperation, with special reference to the war production drive; a selected, annotated bibliography. With suppl. to May 1. Intended for students, practitioners, policymakers, and academicians in personnel and industrial relations, this book presents findings of a 5-year study of joint union-management programs to improve productivity.
Chapter 1 underscores the growth and importance of union-management cooperation and discusses union and management attitudes toward by: Browsing subject area: Industrial relations -- Periodicals (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Industrial relations -- Periodicals.
union-management cooperation is concerned witlf the elimination of wasteful and inefficient methods of production through shop com-mittees. The Baltimore, and Ohio plan was the first of these to achieve prominence and it has been copied by a number of establish-ments.
Originated by an industrial engineer, it was supported by. : Union-Management Cooperation: Structure Process Impact (): Schuster, Michael H.: BooksAuthor: Michael H.
Schuster. At the Yale Center for British Art, when an exhibition draws to a close, those who have been involved in its creation — from those on the curatorial staff to those who handled the myriad administrative tasks associated with the show, those who planned and executed its physical set-up and those on the security team — gather to discuss what went right, what went wrong and how to do better.
Define management union. management union synonyms, management union pronunciation, management union translation, English dictionary definition of management union. n a union that represents managers in negotiations with their employers concerning terms and conditions of employment All content on this website, including dictionary.
Psychological Health and Safety – A shared objective. The National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace provides a framework that can be used to help employers and unions work together to create healthier workplaces.
Many unionized workplaces already enjoy professional cooperation and collaboration between union and management. that relates to union-management relationships with a particular focus on the partnership approach in the United Kingdom (UK).
This will be followed by a brief outline of the research methodology and the discussion of the research findings. The research explored the notion of what makes a ‘good’ union-management relationship. Industrial relations play an important role in establishment of industrial peace, industrial discipline and industrial democracy.
Good industrial relations, not only maintain a cordial atmosphere in the industry, but also facilitate production and industrial growth (Michaeil, ). This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Cooperation, as it exists today in labor management relations, lets much to be desired.
Although there have been some formal cooperative plans put into practice, such plans are toe exception rather than the rule, This study is an empirical evaluation of cooperation as it is found within our present labor : William Jeffery.
The arbitration experience served the union well in its dealings with the Wilson administration's War Labor Board which was charged with keeping labor peace during World War I. Correspondence between Hillman, the Labor Board, and the War Dept.
describes the processes that brought labor peace to the garment industry during the war, and that. After Gompers’ death, William Green led the AFL in a policy change as the AFL promoted the idea of union-management cooperation to improve output and promote greater employer acceptance of unions.
But Irving Bernstein () concludes that, on the whole, union-management cooperation in. Publications, manuals, policies, and plans issued by a large sample of Fortune corporations and by a variety of organizations, such as professional and trade associations, government agencies, and educational and cultural organizations.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Betrayal of American Prosperity: Free Market Delusions, America's Decline, and /5(29). ±Nonwage±Issues±in± Bargaining± Wage and nonwage issues are not completely separable. Both have eco-nomic consequences for the example, provisions relating to hours of work frequently specify when overtime premiums begin.
This chapter considers issues associated with hours and terms and conditions of employment and then examines the effects of unions on nonwage out .of production manpower has the highest priority and is the most significant factor of production and plays a pivotal role in areas of productivity and quality.
In case, lack of attention to the other factors those are non-living may result in reduction of profitability to some extent.This week's lesson discussed union-management cooperation initiatives.
and union grievance processes. Consider and comment on the following questions: 1. Are contractually-stipulated cooperation programs between unions and management a realistic and workable concept?