- THE EFFECTS OF CORPORATE STRATEGY AND WORKPLACE INNOVATIONS ON UNION REPRESENTATION. Kochan, Thomas A.; McKersie, Robert B.; Chalykoff, John // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul86, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p487
This paper explores the decline of union membership within partially organized firms. Using data from two Conference Board surveys of labor relations practices (1977 and 1983), the authors test a series of propositions concerning the effects of corporate industrial relations values and...
- Improving labor relations in an era of declining union power. Parigi, Sam F.; Cavaliere, Frank J. // Review of Business;Winter92/93, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p31
Focuses on the implications of declining union membership in the light of improving labor relations in various industries in the United States. Union problems in organizing the service sector; Younger workers' vulnerability to job security; Effects of increased government regulation on labor...
- Why do people get involved in local union office? Paquet, Renaud; Roy, Isabelle // Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector;1998, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p63
Presents information on a research that proposes an explanatory model of participation in local union leadership position. How public labor relations have been characterized; Information on union participation; Various approaches that can be used for research on union participation;...
- Labor Organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Riche, Martha F. // Monthly Labor Review;Mar65, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p298
Discusses trade-union membership in Latin America and the Caribbean. International and national affiliations of trade-unions; Government policy toward unions; Growth in union membership.
- North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust v Bone. Malamatenios, David; Quinn, Linda; Makin, Colin; Santra, Krishna; Speedie, Dominic // Employers Law;Oct2014, p9
The article discusses the court case North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust v. Bone which focused on the protection of workers in relation to their membership to a trade union in Great Britain.
- ASW workers protest over 'legal mugging' of final salary scheme. // Professional Engineering;10/30/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p7
Reports on the protest of current and former employees of Allied Steel and Wire PLC over the company's move of changing its final salary scheme. Reduction in pensions for scheme members; Demand for recompensation.
- Forging a safety program. Aldred, Carolyn // Business Insurance;4/3/95, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p35
Focuses on Allied Steel & Wire PLC's implementation of a workplace safety and accident prevention program. Market capitalization; Changing attitudes and awareness throughout the company.
- Troubles at steelmaker raise fears for construction projects. // Professional Engineering;7/24/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p7
Focuses on the search for a buyer for Cardiff, Wales-based steelmaker Allied Steel and Wire PLC. Impact of receivership on construction projects; Share in reinforcing bar market; Just-in-time schedules.
- The Mythology of Labor Contract Rejections. Shair, David I. // Labor Law Journal;Feb70, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p88
This article examines the apparent rise in the rate of contract rejections by union membership. The rash of rejections, no matter how characterized, cannot be understood without taking account of technological changes; the transition of the work force from predominantly blue to white-collar; the...