Labor-Management Relations

January 1983
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan83, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p324
Academic Journal
The article discusses the research projects of researchers at the University of Otago in New Zealand. The extent of voluntary collective bargaining in the New Zealand private sector is the focus of the study by John Young. Ronald Miller is focusing his research on a five-industry study of procedures for handling rights disputes and personal grievances. The research of Raymond Harbridge is about the nature and frequency of industrial relations reporting in New Zealand newspapers.


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