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The Pension Bomb II. Panel Discussion

A panel discussion by arbitrators of pension disputes about the types of disputes and issues they hear.

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The author, former International President of the UAW, proposes that the unions that are on the right course are those with leadership and membership that recognize the necessity and inevitability of change. He discusses various novel voluntary programs in the auto industry, such as labor-management cooperation, which give workers a greater voice in the decision-making …

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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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A discussion of some of the elements that place strains on collective bargaining and the developments necessary to the preservation of free collective bargaining. The author discusses new, creative and constructive forms of bargaining to insure the survival of free collective bargaining.

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Consensus in labor relations

The author contends that the challenges facing labor-management relations will be best met by the parties themselves – with assistance from neutrals, academics and government – rather than by “crisis legislation.”

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