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Strengthening Local Government Through Better Labor Relations

Labor-Management Relations Service
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Published
Washington, D.C., Labor-Management Relations Service, 1970-
Language
English
Contents
  • v.1. Work stoppages: a tale of three cities, by John A. Grimes.-v.2. Resources for resolving municipal labor disputes, by Murray Seeger.-v.3. The city prepares for labor relations: the experience in Detroit, Baltimore and Milwaukee, by Al Leggat.- v.4. A view of the public employee unions, by William J. Eaton. - v.5. Municipal negotiations: from differences to agreement, by Allan W. Drachman. - v.6 The supervisor: key man in labor relations, by Al Leggat. - v.7. Public employee strikes: causes and effects, by Samuel M. Sharkey, Jr. - v.8. Facts about fact-finding, by Time Bornstein. - v.9. Municipal revenues: bits and pieces, by Winston W. Crouch.
  • v.10. Cities join together for bargaining: the experience in Minnesota and British Columbia. - v. 11. Change: the impact of unions on local government. -v.12. An alternative: meet and confer - the experience in Santa Clara County, California. - v.13. Productivity: more work for a day's pay. - v.14. Arbitration: last stop on the grievance route. - v. 15. Negotiating for productivity in sanitation. - v. 17. Management rights: little understood little used quickly lost. -v.18. Detroit sanitation productivity - everyone wins. - v.19. A manual - labor relations for supervisors. - v.20. What you need to know about labor relations: guidelines for elected and appointed officials.
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v. 28 cm.
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