Relations by objectives: the Ontario experience
Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University, 1988 - Business & Economics - 100 pages
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A Typical RBO Session
Analysis of Questionnaire Data
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action steps adversarial system agement attitudes bargaining unit Blake Brett change effort change program chapter clinical interviews collective bargaining commitment communication companies where union conflict cooperative CUPE developed discussion established evaluation example exist factors Figure Figure 17 foremen goal achievement grievances head office identified Industrial Relations institutionalization issues Kochan and Dyer Labour mediators labour relations labour-management committees Labour's RBO Programs Lapp management and union management relationship management representatives management's meetings membership ment Ministry of Labour moderate amount Mouton Number of companies Ontario Ministry parties perceive perceptions personality personnel plant positive post-RBO present relationship problem-solving problems RBO committee RBO goals RBO Ideas RBO participants rela Relations by Objectives relationship change relationship had improved relationship improvement effort responses role Selekman Site 13 Site 41 success Supervisor Team tion tionship tive union and management union executive union leaders union leadership union members union representatives union stewards union-management relationship Walton