The New York hotel industry: a labor relations study
This book deals with the labor relations study, and whereas the external environmental factors of an industry set the limits of industrial relations of that industry, the environmental factors in the hotel industry are relatively unique and direct effect has been developed of a rather special industrial relations systems.
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History of Labor Relations
The Hotel Trades Council
The Hotel Association
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