Bargaining for Competitiveness: Law, Research, and Case by Richard N. Block (Editor)

By Richard N. Block (Editor)

This e-book bargains an research of the connection between collective bargaining, enterprise competitiveness, and employment protection/creation within the usa. The participants supply an summary of the systemic views of collective bargaining, then stick with with 4 instructive case experiences that offer insights into the method of collective bargaining and its present prestige within the evolving U.S. labor-management method.

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TLFeBOOK Competitiveness and Employment Protection and Creation 43 Fiorito, Jack, Cynthia L. Gramm, and Wallace E. Hendricks. 1991. ” In The State of the Unions, George Strauss, Daniel G. Gallagher, and Jack Fiorito, eds. Madison, Wisconsin: Industrial Relations Research Association, pp. 103–138. Furstenberg, Friedrich. 1998. , Greg. J. Bamber and Russell Lansbury, eds. London; Thousand Oaks, California; New Delhi: Sage Publications, pp. 201–223. Gittleman, Maury, Michael Horrigan, and Mary Joyce.

While the TLFeBOOK Competitiveness and Employment Protection and Creation 41 law enables collective bargaining to be used for this purpose, the law does not require it. In addition, the decentralized structure of unionization permits employers to explore competitiveness options away from the union. Legal ambiguity about whether firm investment decisions are negotiable, along with associated litigation, reduces the likelihood that collective bargaining will be used to address competitiveness and job security.

Gallagher, and Jack Fiorito, eds. Madison, Wisconsin: Industrial Relations Research Association, pp. 103–138. Furstenberg, Friedrich. 1998. , Greg. J. Bamber and Russell Lansbury, eds. London; Thousand Oaks, California; New Delhi: Sage Publications, pp. 201–223. Gittleman, Maury, Michael Horrigan, and Mary Joyce. 1998. ” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 52(1): 116–135. Gray, George, Donald W. Myers, and Phyllis Myers. 1999. ” Monthly Labor Review 122(1): 29–45. Hammerstrom, Olle, and Tommy Nilsson.

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