Local government labor relations: a guide for public administrators

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Quorum, May 30, 1993 - Business & Economics - 242 pages
The focus of this book is to provide an introduction to the issues and procedures central to local government collective bargaining. There are many books which explain private sector labor relations but there are few books available which provide information pertinent to local governments. Consolidating the elements critical to public sector labor relations and collective bargaining, this book is written for public managers and employees. It defines terms, explains procedures, and provides examples of the legislation governing the mechanics of local government labor relations. Ideal as a supplemental book for courses in public personnel management and labor relations, it is also an important resource for local government administrators serving cities, counties, and school districts.

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Contents

Bargaining Unit Determination
15
Selection of a Bargaining Representative
55
Unfair Labor Practices
77
Copyright

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