Hilgert/Dilts is the only non-custom product on the market to offer an anthology of cases for the labor relations/collective bargaining course. It contains an extensive set of cases dealing with Union/ Management problem situations. The cases vary in length, complexity and numbers of issues.
Business & Economics by David Dilts,Raymond Hilgert
Cases in Collective Bargaining and Industrial Relations contains 81 cases that vary in length, complexity and numbers of issues. A major objective of the book is to provide a means by which students can apply principles, concepts, and legal considerations to actual decision situations and confrontations between labor and management. These cases have been tested in seminars and classes, and are challenging, fascinating learning instruments. As in previous editions, the cases are divided into two parts. Part One presents National Labor Relations Board cases as restructured from published reports of the NLRB and court decisions. Part Two consists of cases adapted from grievance-arbitration decisions.
uilding good industrial relations is so crucial for any industrial organization. Harmonious relationship between employers and employees (who are the best assets of any organization) contributes to greater productivity and growth. This comprehensive and well-organized text gives an in-depth analysis of the fundamental principles and practice of industrial relations as well as the implementation of labour welfare measures, the social security systems and labour laws, such as the Trade Union Act, 1926, the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, and the Mines Act, 1952. It focuses on the Indian context within the larger global scenario. Divided into four parts—Part I, Industrial Relations; Part II, Industrial Disputes; Part III, Labour Welfare; and Part IV, Safety and Occupational Health, the book provides a detailed discussion on labour-management relations, different aspects of trade unions, and their management and legislative background. Dr. Sivarethinamohan gives a masterly analysis of the major areas of industrial relations, namely, industrial disputes and their resolution, the philosophy of labour welfare as well as the statutory and non-statutory measures for labour welfare, the Government machinery for labour welfare, and collective bargaining which contributes in a significant way to better industrial relations. In the concluding part, the author dwells on industrial accidents and safety for preventing industrial disasters, mines safety and safety management, industrial hygiene, workplace discipline, counselling and the legal framework for industrial safety and health. Key Features : Each chapter starts with a case study written in a story style for a better grasp of the chapter. Provides Case Studies to illustrate the theories discussed. Two Appendices at the end of the book provide the complete text of Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986, and Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970. The book’s website, http://www.phindia.com/srm , gives more real-time cases, experimental cases and cases relating to the subject decided by the courts of India as well as those of other countries. Primarily intended as a text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of management and commerce, the book would also be useful to the students pursuing courses in chartered accountancy, ICWA courses, and diploma courses in industrial relations and labour laws. In addition, practising managers should find this book very useful.
Business & Economics by James Martin,Timothy J. Keaveny
Imorint: 20th Century Press About the Book: Canadian IndustrialRelations is an up-to-date, Canadian textbook that describes clearly and succinctly the various components of the Canadian industrial relations scene, notably the framework used, the parties involved, the laws that apply, and the negotiation and administration of collective agreements in both the private and public sectors.As well as descriptive and analytical material, the book contains twenty-five case studies, an actual collective agreement, and three collective bargaining simulations; two short ones for introductory purposes and a longer one for in-depth analysis. Based on realistic situations, with current bargaining statistics and other relevant information included, the simulations are suitable for resolution by students who are called upon to act as company and union negotiating teams engaged in a series of collective bargaining sessions. The book contains a glossary of industrial relations terms ansd a summery of Ontario's Labour Relations Act.
Labour Law in Namibia is the first comprehensive and scholarly text to analyse labour law in the country, the Labour Act of 2007, and how it affects the common law principles of employment relations. Concise and extensively researched, it examines the Labour Act in detail in 16 chapters that include the employment relationship; duties of employers and employees; unfair dismissal and other disciplinary actions; the settlement of industrial disputes; and collective bargaining. Over 500 relevant cases are cited, including court rulings in other countries, and comparative references to the labour laws of other Commonwealth countries, notably South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and the United Kingdom, making it a reference and comparative source book for common law countries in the SADC region and beyond. Written by an authority in the field of labour law, this is a unique reference guide for key players in labour relations, including teachers and students of law, legal researchers and practitioners, human resource and industrial relations practitioners, employers and employer's organisations, employees and trade unions, public servants and public policy advisors, and the academic community internationally. In clear and uncomplicated English, the book is accessible to professional and lay people. A comprehensive list of contents, tables of cases and statues, bibliography and index, assist the reader.
The sixth revised edition of Industrial Relations and Labour Laws captures the significant developments that have taken place in the realm of labour laws and industrial relations in the recent past. The most notable development in the legislative sphere is the amendment in the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 in 2010. In the judicial sphere, there has been a marked shift in the approach of the Indian judiciary in the area of discipline and disciplinary procedure. Moreover, new norms/principles have been evolved to determine the classification of a person as a workman, provide relief in case of illegal/wrongful termination of service of workmen, determine notice period for strike/lock-out in public utility services and for regularization of services of daily, temporary, casual or contract workers. Extensively revised and updated in line with the changes in the law, this edition also gives a new and more holistic dimension to the subject of labour--management relations. • Part I provides the contextual and constitutional framework of labour law and an overview of industrial relations. • Part II deals with the trade union movement, employers’ organizations and laws relating to trade unions, collective bargaining, unfair labour practices and victimization. • Part III deals with regulation of industrial disputes, persuasive, coercive and voluntary processes for settlement of industrial disputes, grievance procedure, government’s power of reference, laws relating to instruments of economic coercion, management of discipline, laws relating to change in conditions of service and lay-off, retrenchment, transfer and closure. • Part IV examines laws relating to standing orders. • Part V is on workers’ participation in management. This edition will serve as a comprehensive textbook for students of LLB, LLM, MBA, MSW, MPA, CS, and masters and diploma programmes in personnel management, industrial relations and labour law. It is indispensable for personnel managers, law officers, lawyers, trade union officials/ members, officials of labour department and members of the labour judiciary.
Fiona McQuarrie's Industrial Relations in Canada received wide praise for helping students to understand the complex and sometimes controversial field of Industrial Relations, by using just the right blend of practice, process, and theory. The text engages business students with diverse backgrounds and teaches them how an understanding of this field will help them become better managers. The fourth edition retains this student friendly, easy-to-read approach, praised by both students and instructors across the country. The goal of the fourth edition was to enhance and refine this approach while updating the latest research findings and developments in the field.
Business & Economics by Joyce M. Najita,James L. Stern
Topics include judicial review and legislative response : New Jersey Public Sector collective bargaining, grievance and interest arbitration in Pennsylvania Public Sector, municipal employee bargaining in Wisconsin, Michigan and California Public Sector collective bargaining, essential employee strikes and compulsory arbitration procedures : the Hawaii public sector experience.
Germany, France, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom
Author: Roger Blanpain,Thomas Blanke,Edgar Rose,Kerstin Ahlberg
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
Category: Business & Economics
Remarkably, the core element of labour relations?wage determination?has been excluded from the European social dialogue about harmonisation of working conditions and national systems of social security. The present study responds by analysing the prospects of building up structures of wage formation in Europe through a reevaluation of collective bargaining and collective agreements as they exist under the law of the most industrialized Member States. The impetus for the study is the widely debated crisis of the system of concluding regional collective agreements on wages. Social partners seem to have been trapped in fruitless conflicts on how the system must be reformed. It has become obvious that no party concerned employers, trade unions, the state has the capacity to resolve the growing difficulties of collective wage formation. In an introductory essay by the distinguished editors, this important study takes the situation in Germany, the most prominent manifestation of this European crisis, as its starting point. Then, academic experts from France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Sweden describe comparable problems in their own countries, detail approaches to dealing with them, and provide a critical commentary, including judgements and suggestions in relation to the German case. Then follows a reexamination of the situation in Germany in the light of the experience of the other countries. A final chapter outlines some preliminary interpretations of European prospects. Salient issues investigated include the following: the erosion of such ideological and legal categories and concepts as `dependent work, `solidarity', `subsidiarity' and `social self-regulation' as preconditions of traditional collective bargaining structures at national level; the decreasing membership of the bargaining partners on both sides; the shrinking rate of employees covered by collective agreements; attempts to establish a national social pact; increasing competition on global markets; decentralizing management strategies, including the abandonment of collective bargaining; and, individualized employees. The authors examine the various state structures to determine if the legal and institutional developments of the different national systems of collective bargaining constitute starting points for mutual learning in order to meet the new challenges. This leads to a discussion of which practices are successful in their original environment, and how these practices might adapt to other systems in other countries.
This revised edition of Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice follows the approach established successfully in preceding volumes edited by Paul Edwards. The focus is on Britain after a decade of public policy which has once again altered the terrain on which employment relations develop. Government has attempted to balance flexibility with fairness, preserving light-touch regulation whilst introducing rights to minimum wages and to employee representation in the workplace. Yet this is an open economy, conditioned significantly by developing patterns of international trade and by European Union policy initiatives. This interaction of domestic and cross-national influences in analysis of changes in employment relations runs throughout the volume.
Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Germany gives the reader a broad understanding of German labour law covering all important aspects. The book deals with the sources of labour law, individual employment relationships, collective bargaining, remuneration, working conditions, and dispute settlement.
Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Great Britaingives you a broad understanding of British labour law covering all important aspects of both individual and collective employment relationships.This book is enhanced by a list of abbreviations, an index and appendices which include: Selected Bibliographies, Table of Cases, Table of Statutes and Table of Statutory Instruments and Orders of Council. It is an offprint of the International Encyclopaedia for Labour Law and Industrial Relations.
Business & Economics by Roger Blanpain,Russell D. Lansbury
Describes work organization, skill formation, remuneration systems, staffing arrangements and employment security, and enterprise governance and employee-management relations in seven countries: the United States, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Japan, South Korea, and China.