THESES AND DISSERTATIONS ON BRITISH AND IRISH LABOUR HISTORY, 2003
- Tyneside turnaround. Whitworth, Mick // Food Manufacture;Apr2002, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p26
Focuses on the industrial relations management of the Fawdon factory of NestlÃ©. Creation of a trade union partnership arrangement; Receipt of the Best Process Factory in the manufacturing awards sponsored by 'Management Today'; Division of the workforce into zones.
- Unions turn up heat, push for membership. Schneider, A.J. // Indianapolis Business Journal;1/22/96, Vol. 16 Issue 45, p4
Focuses on the relationship of employers and the labor unions in the Indiana labor market. Membership recruitment plans of the AFL-CIO; Placing of union salts within a company; Hiring of replacement workers by employers during strikes.
- Developments in Industrial Relations. // Monthly Labor Review;Jul87, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p44
Presents updates on industrial relations in the U.S. as of July 1987. Settlement between Mack Trucks Inc. and the Auto Workers; Benefits accords between the Grain Millers union and General Mills Inc., Pillsbury Co., ConAgra Inc. and International Multifoods Corp.; Pay equity increase for New...
- Japanese industrial relations--is one economic 'miracle' enough? Levine, Solomon B.; Taira, Koji // Monthly Labor Review;Mar78, Vol. 101 Issue 3, p31
Focuses on industrial relations in Japan. Growth of labor union membership; Paradox in the association of stronger attachment to the firm and higher possibility of conflict; Comparison between small and large companies with respect to labor-management relations.
- Companies happier to work with unions. Overell, Stephen // People Management;9/11/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 18, p19
Reports that British employers are increasingly coming to terms with the prospect of being forced to recognize trade unions according to the annual industrial relations survey from Dibb Lupton Alsop. Percentage of employers who believe that recognition would damage either their companies or...
- Unions and Canadian productivity? O'Grady, John; McLean, David // CMA Magazine;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p11
Discusses the role of Canada's organized labor in a work environment which presents a productivity challenge to remain competitive. Relevance of unions; Innovation in unionized companies; Management's attitude toward employees; Employee participation in management; Philosophical differences...
- Editorial: The Future of Trade Unions in Europe. Part I. Matiaske, Wenzel; Gr�zinger, Gerd // Management Revue;2012, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p5
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including trade unions, social market economy, and industrial relations.
- Don't Make Cooperation a Victim of Concrete Strike. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;08/21/2000, Vol. 245 Issue 8, p108
Editorial. Comments on the impact of the rift between teamsters and ready-mix suppliers on the labor-management cooperation in Saint Louis, Missouri. Suggestion of open communication to improve employer-union relationships; Opinion on dual-gated projects; Intention of contractors and union...
- In all fairness. McCartney, Ian // People Management;9/17/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p38
Outlines how trade unions can play a key role as business partners with employers in Great Britain. Proposal from the government; Significance of employment relations; Role of unions in implementing the European working time regulations.
- Structural Characteristics of Successful Cases of Cooperative Union-Management Relations. Miller, Robert W.; Humphreys, Richard W. // Labor Studies Journal;Summer97, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p44
Reports on the results of surveys and brief case studies focusing on the structure of successful cooperative union-management relations. Factors common to cases of both formal and informal successful cooperation; Strong commitment to open communications; Management acceptance of the union role;...