Labor-Management Relations

January 1981
ILR Review;Jan81, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p315
Academic Journal
The article provides information on various research in progress abour labor-management relations. The research projects include one by David E. Feller on the relationship between the adjudicative processes under a collective bargaining agreement and those external to it. One purpose of the research is to study the effect of the increasing amount of legislative regulation of the terms and conditions of employment on the institution of arbitration. Another is to assess the validity and effectiveness of the policy of deferring to arbitration by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board. However, Charles O'Reilly has been conducting research on nurses' collective bargaining, with an emphasis on how professional workers who are union members make the decision to strike.


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