Joint Management and Employee Participation: Labor and Management at the Crossroads

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Wiley, Mar 28, 1990 - Psychology - 429 pages
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Shows how management and unions can work together to modify the collective bargaining process and allow for more direct negotiation between the bargaining unit and the lower levels of the organization, thus clearing the way for joint management.

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Contents

for Jointly Managed Organizations
21
Principles for Designing and Operating
37
The Structure of the Parallel Organization
55
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Author and editor of three books on constitutional theory, Neal Q. Herrick is a retired University of Michigan academic who taught Industrial Relations. He also headed the HEW/Labor task force that drafted the Occupational Safety and Health Act submitted to Congress in 1968.

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