4 edition of The process of collective bargaining and its implications for industrial relations policies found in the catalog.
The process of collective bargaining and its implications for industrial relations policies
L. C. G. Douwes Dekker
by Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit in Cape Town
Written in English
|Series||Saldru working paper -- no. 26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
Collective bargaining is failing in South Africa because the parties to the process have failed to seek ways of achieving inclusive social development and of balancing the requirements of a competitive economy, the imperative for employment creation and the achievement of an ecologically sustainable : Geoffry Heald. by "industrial relations behavior." The analytical framework will neces-sarily vary with the precise form of behavior to be explained. There are at least three types of industrial relations behavior that have frequently been examined: (1) The collective bargaining process creates agreements periodically and administers them on a day-to-day basis.
"Unions and Collective Bargaining" is a comprehensive, reference book which evaluates the economic effects of unions, and collective bargaining. This book provides a detailed survey, and synthesis of the economic literature on trade unions, and collective bargaining, and their impact on micro- and macroeconomic outcomes. Collective Bargaining in Labor Relations -- an verview of Chapters of Labor Relations, by Arthur a. Sloane & Fred Witney In an effective relationship of labor relations and management, the entities representing labor and management must not view one another simply as adversaries, but as potentially complementary parties in the pursuit of a.
Collective bargaining at times can put management at odds with its employees and cost more to produce products and services. Ideally, companies will provide safe working conditions, fair pay, and benefits so the employees do not feel they need to form a union. Collective Bargaining. The process through which a Labor Union and an employer negotiate the scope of the employment relationship.. A collective bargaining agreement is the ultimate goal of the collective bargaining process. Typically, the agreement establishes wages, hours, promotions, benefits, and other employment terms as well as procedures for handling disputes arising under it.
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Get this from a library. The process of collective bargaining and its implications for industrial relations policies. [L C G Douwes Dekker]. Sidney Webb described collective bargaining as a process through which on outcomes from collective bargaining has focused on its contribution to changes in German industrial relations.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. ADVERTISEMENTS: Everything you need to know about the approaches to industrial relations.
The concept of industrial relations has been extended to denote the relations of the state with employers, workers and their organizations. The subject, therefore, includes individual relations and joint consultations between employers and work people at their workplace, collective relations between.
Stevens: Collective Bargaining as a ‘social control technique for reflecting and transmitting the basic power relationships which underlie the conflict of interest in an industrial relations system.’ Prof. Allan Flanders: Collective Bargaining is primarily a political rather than an economic process.
He describes collective bargaining as a power relationship between a trade union. Economic and Monetary Union: implications for industrial relations and collective bargaining in Europe DWP 5 Preface This paper is a preliminary version of an article for the book EMU and the European Model of Society, edited by George Ross, Brandeis University Boston, and Andrew Martin, Center for European Studies, Harvard University (forthcoming).
policies, programmes and regulations; and, clearly, the effective Moreover, by its very essence, collective bargaining requires the parties, which are well aware of their needs, possibilities and of industrial conglomerates and the delocalization of production.
A very good book both the Labor Relations Process and Project Management. The project have been highlight with yellow highlighter from Chapter 1 to end Chapter Cited by: the process and procedure of conducting effective collective bargaining. Industrial conflicts can unnecessarily cost jobs, profits and investments.
It is therefore in the interests of File Size: KB. Description: Collective Labour Law focuses on those aspects of labour law commonly designated 'collective', as opposed to 'individual' (dealt with in Dismissal, Discrimination and Unfair Labour Practices).
The book sheds light on the forums, institutions and processes of collective bargaining and its. issues of industrial relations is of perennial nature and, thus, there can never be a "solution for all times to come." There can only be broad norm and guidelines ad criteria in dealing with issues of industrial relations.
Industrial Relations does not have a shape of its own. It does not have a fixed level like Size: KB. Psychological approach The problems of IR have their origin in the perceptions of the management, unions and the workers.
The conflicts between labour and management occur because every group negatively perceives the behaviour of the other i.e. even the honest intention of the other party so looked at with suspicion. The problem is further aggravated by various factors like the income, level.
Industrial Relations in Southern Africa 4 employment conditions.2 The impact of this phenomenon on industrial relations is enormous, particularly where the issues of discussion have remained doggedly focussed on the violation of workers rights and File Size: KB.
It might be that collective bargaining raises wages and benefits above competitive levels and thereby puts unionized employers at a competitive disadvantage vis-à-vis non-union firms in newly competitive markets. It might be that collective bargaining imposes a set of inflexible work rules that stand in the way of much-needed flexibility.
Accordingly, industrial relations pertains to the study and practice of collective bargaining, TRADE unionism, and labor-management relations, while human resource management is a separate.
Employment Relations in the United States. Harry C. Catz and Alexander J. Colvin. 5TH EDITION. Separate legal relations govern collective bargaining in each of these sectors. unions have made significant changes to the process and outcomes of collective bargaining in an innovative effort to extend their membership base.
In contrast, external laws mandate and govern a collective bargaining negotiation. Many different statutes come into play during the negotiation process. Private sector bargaining encounters are regulated by the National Labour Relations Act (NLRA) for most workers.
For railroad and airline personnel, the Railway Labour Act (RLA) regulates /5(7). Even where collective bargaining continued, its impact on the exercise of management discretion was greatly diminished.
In order to distinguish industrial relations from employee relations one could come to the following conclusions. industrial relations. The purpose of the course is to develop a critical understanding of the institutions of unionism and collective bargaining, their rationale, policies and procedures, and their effects on workers, organizations, and the society.
The course is experiential and practical, building on the key conceptual principles of industrial relations. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. The process through which alabor unionand an employer negotiate the scope of the employment relationship.
A collective bargaining agreement is the ultimate goal of the collective bargaining process. Typically, the agreement establishes wages, hours, promotions, benefits, and other employment terms as well as procedures for handling disputes arising under it. Collective Bargaining and Industrial Relations Collective bargaining, according to Boone and Kurtz () is the process and practice of negotiations among the management and union representatives to come up with considerably fair and acceptable wage and employment conditions for the workforce.
Although the stance of the Nigerian government is that it is taking steps towards institutional developments in industrial relations; the collective .Gunnigle, McMahon and Fitzpatrick(). in evaluating implications for industrial relations, the adoption of HRM practices presents an explicit challenge to collective bargaining and trade unions.
an area of major importance in impact of HRM and industrial relations is the issue of trade union recognition.