Labor Relations for the Fire Service
Well organized and comprejensive, this book covers the history of labor relations and the fire service, discuss the components of fire service collective bargaining agreements, and examine contract administration and disciplinary action. It provides an overview of human resource management, explores how firefighter's personal relationship issues can play a role in personnel management, and assesses future labor relations from the perspective of the national labor uion, fire service, individual union member. and aspiring fire service administrator or union officer.
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Ch 3LaborManagement Relations in the Public Sector
Ch 4Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
Ch 5Negotiation Process and Impasse
Ch 6Contract Administration
Ch 7Disciplinary Action
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