Environmental factors in the labor-management relationship

Voos, Paula B.
April 1986
Monthly Labor Review;Mar86, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p47
Academic Journal
Explores the impact of certain environmental variables on the overall labor relations climate of the U.S. firm as it is perceived by management. Increased interest in cooperative labor relations; Consideration of the extent to which the collective bargaining environment is itself related to the type of labor relations that emerge.


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