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Six case studies of maturing labor-management relationships, from adversarial to cooperative, over time, and what characteristics they have in common.

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An overview of the expansion and increasing complexity of the industrial relations field and the rapid growth in government regulations pertaining to employment. The author expresses concern with the isolationism and lack of communication among parties in an organizational relationship, and suggests that interdependence and understanding on all sides is vital to more harmonious industrial …

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After a century (1860-1960) of industrial conflict in the United States, the author foresees the possibility of a century of industrial peace, bought at the price of an annual rise in “real” wages of 2.5 per cent. As to “more conflict” to accompany “more peace,” the author points to attacks upon and opposition to management …

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