Labour Industrial Relations

Nonunion Employee Representation: History, Contemporary by Bruce E. Kaufman,Daphne Gottlieb Taras

By Bruce E. Kaufman,Daphne Gottlieb Taras

Examines the heritage, modern perform, and coverage problems with non-union worker illustration within the united states and Canada. The textual content encompasses many organizational units which are geared up for the needs of representing staff on various construction, caliber, and employment issues.

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