European unions to seek collective approach on pay
- TWO CENTURIES OF LABOR UNION GROWTH. // Congressional Digest;Oct61, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p226
Chronicles the growth of labor unions in the United States. Journeyman printers of New York City's demand for a wage increase in 1778; Origin of collective bargaining in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Establishment of employer organizations to oppose labor unions.
- Decollectivist Strategies in Oceania. Peetz, David // Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations;Spring2002, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p252
Each action of a decollectivizing employerï¿½be it in the realm of employment practices, information or relational actionsï¿½has both real and symbolic dimensions that may be inclusivist, exclusivist or both. While many attempts at decollectivism are crude, Australia has seen the emergence...
- Leadership Development and Organizing for What Kind of Union? LaPorte, Philip A. // Labor Studies Journal;Summer99, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p26
Comments on the changing role of unions in providing workplace representation. Benefits of a union's demand for recognition; Reasons for non-practicality of decision making by consensus.
- Pluralistic approach to bargaining. Shaffer, Butler D. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov76, Vol. 99 Issue 11, p60
Suggests a pluralistic approach to collective bargaining. Elimination of the certification procedure under which the majority-supported labor organization is declared the exclusive bargaining representative for all unit employees; Permission of employees to select among a number of alternative...
- The fight for Union rights in Wisconsin, far from over. // La Prensa San Diego;3/11/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p6
The article focuses on the argument regarding the rights to collective bargaining of labor unions in Wisconsin.
- The Internal Union Political Imperative for UAW Pattern Bargaining. BUDD, JOHN W. // Journal of Labor Research;Winter95, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p43
Like many industrial unions, the UAW places great emphasis on pattern-following contract settlements. However, research on the rationales for pattern bargaining has been scarce, and evidence testing these rationales has been absent. The usual rationale for pattern bargaining is to take wages out...
- THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UNION CONTRACT REJECTIONS AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE -- A THEORETICAL APPROACH. Odewahn, Charles A.; Krislov, Joseph // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Summer73, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p23
Presents a theoretical structure of collective structure rooted in the marginal productive theory, with particular emphasis on the role of trade unions in bargaining. Significance of the treatment of a trade union as a unified single minded body in collective bargaining; Assumptions with...
- Union Structure in Municipal Collective Bargaining. Cook, Alice H. // Monthly Labor Review;Jun66, Vol. 89 Issue 6, p606
Discusses the union structure in municipal collective bargaining. Operation of two unions of public employees in New York City; Effects of bargaining on union structure.
- Mauritius (Case No. 2575). // Official Bulletin: Series B;2008, Vol. 91 Issue 3 (351, 352), p126
The article offers information on a case of the General Workers Federation (GWF) in Mauritius about the formation of a new bargaining structure called the National Pay Council/Committee (NPC) by the Government.