Unions and Workplace Reorganization

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Bruce Nissen
Wayne State University Press, 1997 - Political Science - 240 pages
The very fate of unions in this country may depend on their ability to deal effectively with the challenge of workplace restructuring. UNIONS AND WORKPLACE REORGANIZATION addresses many of the most important issues currently facing the U.S. labor movement.
 

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Unions and Workplace Reorganization
9
The AFLCIO on Workplace Reorganization
35
Big Deal or Too Little Too Late?
57
Jim Grattan
78
Views from the Field
91
Maureen Sheahan
110
and Mediumsized Urban Manufacturing
130
Forging New Labor
145
LaborManagement Partnerships in State and Local Governments
159
Advancing Unionism on the New Terrain
208
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Page 239 - ... public employees to negotiate with their employers. Among the rest of the Industrialized world, public sector bargaining is considered a fundamental right. And on a purely practical level, studies have consistently found that collective bargaining in the public sector improves public services. The Secretary of Labor's Task Force on Excellence in State and Local Government, a national bi-partisan study group convened In 1994 to find ways to improve delivery of state and local government services,...

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