Union-Management Cooperation on the Railroads

by Louis Aubrey Wood

Publisher: Ams Pr Inc

Written in English
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The Labor Movement in Fiction and Non-Fiction

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ISBN 100404585183
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Union-management coöperation on the railroads. New Haven, Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Louis Aubrey Wood; William McKean Brown Memorial Publication Fund. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed.

published by Yale University Press, New Haven, which was issued as no. 3 of the Yale publications in economics, social science and government. It was not until the 's that union-management cooperation came to the attention of the public.

The most prominent examples were in the shops of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, the ladies' garment industry of Cleveland, Union-Management Cooperation on the Railroads book the men's clothing market of Chicago. In general, however, the movement was limited and the depression of.

Louis A. Wood, Union-Management Cooperation on the Railroads (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, ); Waste Elimination in the Full-Fashioned Hosiery Industry Jan Intended for students, practitioners, policymakers, and academicians in personnel and industrial relations, this book presents findings of a 5-year study of joint union-management programs to improve productivity.

Chapter 1 underscores the growth and importance of union-management cooperation and discusses union and management attitudes toward Union-Management Cooperation on the Railroads book union-management cooperation, and productivity-gainsharing to various business, labor and government agencies.

Schuster has published widely in the areas of cooperation and change in union and nonunion environments, quality of worklife, productivity, and employment discrimination. He is co-author of The Aging Worker. Union-Management Cooperation. Abstract [Excerpt] As unions and management work together on cooperative programs, this cooperation not only reduces the emotional heat in their collective bargaining; it encourages them to experiment with new ways of resolving problems.

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No one said forging a productive, cooperative relationship with unionized workers is easy. But smart, forward-thinking executives are doing it. This is particularly true in call centers, where managers are overcoming problems like poor attendance and waning morale to build lasting, and profitable, partnerships.

Those managers and union leaders offer tips for creating a win-win scenario. of union-management cooperation is presented. This is followed by a discussion of union and management attitudes toward cooperation.

The third section is a brief description of the structure of the book. Importance of Union-Management Cooperation It is unlikely that change in. Case name abbreviations (Table 6) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.

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edition. Excerpt: SECOND. The Present Needs Of Railway Co-operation. Through Routing and Through : Charles Souder Langstroth. The last third of the book is devoted to the major experiences with union-management cooperation, and includes studies of the women's garment in-dustry in Cleveland, and the development of such co6peration on the rail-roads, by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers, and in the Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company.

Smith also points to change as a major obstacle to union-management cooperation. “Age isn’t a factor,” he says. “Young people can have closed minds, and to year-olds can be receptive.” Another hurdle for union-management cooperation is the history of mistrust that grows out of the old adversarial relationship.

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For union-management cooperation to flourish, the company needs to gradually restructure its organization so that staff and line functions join at lower levels. He has also authored a book in. Incorporated on Apat Marblehead, Ohio, the Lakeside and Marblehead Railroad (L&M) was a short standard gauge railroad that spanned about seven miles ( km) in length.

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(B) Herman Haupt was not to be stopped. He was an industrious man, a skilled. The following is a list of unions and brotherhoods playing a significant role in the railroad industry of the United States of of these entities changed names and merged over the years; this list is based upon the names current during the height of American railway unionism in.

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