Labor Relations


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Labor Relations

The study or practice of how a company relates to its employees, especially if those employees are unionized. Labor relations may be governed by law or a regulatory agency.
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But the main point to remember is that labor relations practitioners cannot effectively and timely influence problem-solving processes unless they are involved at the very earliest stages.
However, it is the law of the land and will remain so unless there is a significant change in the constituency of the Supreme Court or an amendment to the Labor Relations Act by Congress.
The book, the product of a conference jointly sponsored in October 1993 by the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University and the AFL-CIO Department of Economic Research, makes an important contribution to the debate on labor law reform that many hope will move U.
He served in a number of positions in the engineering, transportation, and labor relations departments and was named vice president labor relations in 2008.
This volume presents the results of research conducted by Kamper as a research fellow at the School for Advanced Research of the Human Experience (formerly the School of American Research) on issues of economic development, tribal sovereignty, and labor relations among American Indians.
For over five years, Pavia was deputy commissioner of labor relations for the Mayor's office.
He has spent his 25-year legal career providing advice and counsel to management on labor relations and employment law matters.
Traditional and nontraditional tools and techniques that federal labor relations practitioners-management and union reps alike-- believe are key to getting to yes.
Nimura Kazuo's study of the social history of the Ashio mine and the forces that led to the 1907 outburst of violence provides us with important new insights into the history of labor relations in Japanese mining in the Tokugawa and Meiji periods.
The story thus far: Adtranz, a refurbisher of cars for California's Bay Area Rapid Transit System, was arguing before the court that its prohibition against "using abusive or threatening language to anyone on the company premises" does not constitute an unfair labor practice under Section 8 (a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act.
Just before day's end, a letter comes from an unusual source--the Regional Director of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Labor Relations in Europe: A History of Issues and Developments.