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This paper contains a description of the measures that can be invoked for strikes deemed “national emergencies,” and the realities faced in their application. The Act’s statutory procedure, the 2002…

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Downsizing, in response to competition and automation, often results in reallocation of remaining jobs; reclassifications; revised job duties, wage rates and job schedules; and subcontracting. The authors address, respectively, the…

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The British Columbia Labour Code requires collective bargaining agreements to include arbitration of unresolved grievances, both discharge and discipline (for “just and reasonable cause” only), and problems related to technological…

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An examination of collective bargaining in the longshore industry that includes a discussion of the results of the Department of Labor’s Longshore Project, with particular detail as to the New…

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A discussion of the changes associated with technology that impact job privileges and job security, including the need for new devices to satisfy business requirements, workers’ demands and those of…

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A discussion of the changes associated with technology that impact job privileges and job security, including the need for new devices to satisfy business requirements, workers’ demands and those of…

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An examination of practices for the implementation of operational efficiencies. The author concludes that a combination of teamwork and incentives best enhance workplace efficiency. Mutual trust between labor and management…

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An examination of the 4 generations in United States since 1927 – the depression – the baby boom – the baby bust – and the baby boomlet; the effect of…

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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…

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Just cause across industries: VI. Media, Communications, and Technology

The panelists use a hypothetical discharge to analyze just cause pertaining to the use of new technologies.

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