COMMUNICATION - Union-Management Relations Research

Derber, Milton; Chalmers, W. Ellison; Stagner, Ross; Edelman, Milton
April 1961
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr61, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p446
Academic Journal
The article emphasizes the central objectives of the study "The Local Union-Management Relations" published in the October 1960 issue of "Industrial & Labor Relations Review," to stimulate discussion about the major problems of conception and method in union-management relations research. The article has three objectives namely, to create a general conception of the local union management relationship to serve as a standardized basis for description and comparison among many cases, to explain analyze the similarities and differences among the relationships and to improve the methodology of collecting large masses of data in the most economical, efficient, and reliable manner possible.


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