The Labor Relations Process / Edition 8

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Overview

The Labor Relations Process, 9e provides you with the latest information available on current research, issues, and events in labor relations. To bring this dynamic field to life, the book integrates real-world examples and quotes from practitioners in the field of labor relations. This comprehensive text examines the labor movement from its inception to current and emerging trends. The authors give an in-depth analysis of all facets of the relationship between management and labor, including a study of the rights and responsibilities of unions and management; the negotiation and administration of the labor agreement; the results of the labor relations process; and collective bargaining issues.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780324200140
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 7/8/2004
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 768
  • Product dimensions: 8.16 (w) x 10.12 (h) x 1.23 (d)

Meet the Author

William H. Holley taught labor relations, collective bargaining, and arbitration for 32 years at Auburn University, and worked as an arbitrator in many industries, from airlines to professional sports to the Postal Service. Widely published, he coauthored Personnel/Human Resource Management with Ken Jennings and Labor Relations: An Experimental and Case Approach with Roger Wolters. His research has appeared in the Academy of Management Journal, Labor Law Journal, Personnel Psychology, and other journals. An active member of the Southern Management Association (a division of the Academy of Management), he served as Secretary and President, as well as a board member for the Journal of Management. He is also a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators, serving as its Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Vice President, and President. Dr. Holley received his B.S. and M.B.A. from Mississippi State University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Alabama.

Kenneth M. Jennings was the Richard de Raismes Professor of Industrial Relations at the University of North Florida, where he taught undergraduate and graduate courses in labor relations and human resource management for more than 20 years. An engaging teacher and prolific scholar, he wrote numerous books, including Balls and Strikes: The Money Game in Professional Baseball, and Labor Relations at the New York Daily News. His articles have appeared in the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Management, Personnel Journal, Employee Relations Law Journal, and Transportation Journal. Before academia, Dr. Jennings worked in industrial relations for Union Carbide. He earned his B.S. from Knox College, and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.

Roger S. Wolters is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Management at Auburn University, where his primary interests included labor law, collective bargaining, and dispute resolution. Coauthor of Labor Relations: An Experiential and Case Approach with William H. Holley, Jr., his research was published in Labor Law Journal, Arbitration Journal, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Industrial Relations, and other journals. Dr. Wolters has consulted to private and public organizations, and served as an Administrative Hearing Officer for grievances with the City of Auburn, Alabama. He earned his B.B.A. and M.A. from the University of North Florida, and his Ph.D. in Labor and Industrial Relations from the University of Illinois.

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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 Recognizing Rights and Responsibilities of Unions and Management 2

Ch. 1 Union-Management Relationships in Perspective 5

Ch. 2 Evolution of Labor-Management Relationships 37

Ch. 3 Legal Influences 73

Ch. 4 Unions and Management: Key Participants in the Labor Relations Process 117

Ch. 5 Why and How Unions Are Organized 176

Pt. 2 The Bargaining Process and Outcomes 240

Ch. 6 Negotiating the Labor Agreement 243

Ch. 7 Economic Issues 291

Ch. 8 Administrative Issues 336

Ch. 9 Resolving Negotiation (Interest) Disputes and the Use of Economic Pressure 373

Pt. 3 Administering the Labor Agreement 414

Ch. 10 Contract Administration 417

Ch. 11 Labor and Employment Arbitration 458

Ch. 12 Employee Discipline 521

Pt. 4 Applying the Labor Relations Process to Different Labor Relations Systems 566

Ch. 13 Labor Relations in the Public Sector 569

Ch. 14 Labor Relations in Multinational Corporations and in Other Countries 619

App Collective Bargaining Negotiations Exercise: QFM Company and IWU 666

Index 685

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