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- To grieve or not to grieve: Why `reduce it to writing'? Duane, Michael J. // Public Personnel Management;Spring91, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p83
Discusses the financial and economic implications of processing employee grievances in the United States. Costs of administrating collective bargaining agreements; Linking perceptions of an opponent to a negotiator's actions; Interviews with a public sector union engaged in a grievance process.
- Pressure builds for tribunal 'shake-up'. Reade, Quentin // Personnel Today;8/6/2002, p1
Reports the need for the government to overhaul the labor court system in Great Britain. Introduction of measures to prevent workplace disputes going to the tribunal; Development of internal grievance procedures; Increase in the number of tribunal applications.
- Grievance Procedures for Nonunion Employees. Miller, Ronald L. // Public Personnel Management;Sep/Oct78, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p302
Focuses on grievance procedures for unorganized employees. Responsibility of the administration for the grieving procedure; Coordination with the supervisor for release time of the grievant; Importance of providing remedies with restrictions to the procedure.
- Public Sector Independent Grievance Systems: Methods and Procedures. Bohlander, George W. // Public Personnel Management;Fall89, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p339
Investigates the grievance procedures of the public sector in the U.S. Assistance to the adjudication of employee problems; Purpose of the grievance program; Representation of employers.
- Manifest Needs of Stewards: Propensity to File a Grievance. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Dec79, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p654
Discusses the important role played by union steward in the grievance process. Essential factors affecting labor union-management relations; Effect of leadership patterns on grievance behavior; Demographic differences between grievants and nongrievants.
- Duty of Fair Representation. Ferguson, Tracy H. // Labor Law Journal;Sep64, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p596
Addresses the issue of fair representation in labor grievances. Effect of an individual employee's filing of grievance without the support of the union on labor organizations; Role of trade-unions in labor grievances.
- The Squeaky Wheels. // Credit Union Journal;12/19/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 49, p12
The article reports on the expansion and growing number of members of the Credit Union Committee on Declaration of Grievances.
- Designing an instrument for resolving individual conflicts in `total' institutions. Mante-Meijer, Enid A. // Knowledge & Policy;Fall91, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p58
Examines the influences of organizational structure, organizational climate, and grievance system on the resolution of individual conflicts. Characteristics of individual grievances; Conflicts and conflict handling in individual grievance system; Organizational interests and the solving of...
- Join forces for gripe therapy. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/13/2002, Issue 2513, p20
Gives advice about the process for pursuing individual grievances in the workplace. Ways for pursuing grievances in several situations; Procedure for confronting the manager about the staff's problem; Issues recommended to be collectively discussed in the forum process.