Contemporary Collective Bargaining in the Private Sector

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Paula Beth Vogel Voos
Cornell University Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 548 pages
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Contributors analyze private-sector labor relations during the period since 1979. Case studies detail changes such as declining unionization, workplace innovations, decentralization in bargaining structures, declining real wages, and heightened concern for job security, and their roots in economic shifts and public policy. Discusses industries including meat packing, auto assembly, telecommunications, and textiles. Lacks an index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
  

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Contents

Industry Restructuring and Union
63
CHAPTER 3Collective Bargaining in the Aerospace Industry
97
CHAPTER 4The Transformation of Industrial Relations in
135
CHAPTER 5Collective Bargaining in the U S Auto
181
CHAPTER 6Collective Bargaining in the North American
225
Truckers
259
CHAPTER 8Telecommunications LaborManagement Relations
303
CHAPTER 9Labor Relations in American Textiles
373
CHAPTER 10Developments in Collective Bargaining
411
CHAPTER 11Collective Bargaining in the Hospitality Industry
447
CHAPTER 12Collective Bargaining in Agriculture
491
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