The Trade Union as an Organization

Munson, Fred C.
May 1965
Monthly Labor Review;May65, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p497
Academic Journal
Examines elements of union organizations that identify the ways in which they differ from business organizations. Nature of union leadership problems; Sources of authority; Objectives of unions; Foundation for the improvement of management effectiveness within unions.


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