By David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman, Paul J. Gollan
Carrying on with the culture of ''Advances in commercial and hard work Relations'' (''AILR'') this quantity provides a wealthy mixture of diversified techniques in business relatives scholarship protecting exertions historical past, thought, quantitative and qualitative research. the variety of papers during this quantity almost certainly has major implications for labour learn and coverage. the topics during this quantity hide vital social, fiscal and enterprise views elevating serious concerns from historic to modern debates overlaying concerns reminiscent of union acceptance and investor response, human source administration and organisational functionality within the healthcare undefined, corporation institutions, labor-related human rights and criteria compliance in constructing nations, paintings id and sexual range, paradigm shifts in commercial kin and agreement arbitration in Canada. This different variety of topics offers not just an informative and invaluable contribution to our current wisdom yet increases very important matters for modern debates in political and fiscal boards
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Fewer contract restrictions & work rules 7. Lesser compensation increases ? 6. Increased revenue (through union's social capital) 5. Lower industrial relations costs Recognition Type (card check) + + + + _ + Profits/shareholders wealth 2. Probability of getting a contract The numbers in the boxes reflect the order of the discussion in the text. Card Check Recognition 23 Although we have identiﬁed myriad channels through which the type of recognition process inﬂuences labor relations and employer proﬁtability, we propose a relatively simple model to capture the most important relevant factors.
Levin (Eds), Justice on the job: Perspectives on the erosion of collective bargaining in the United States (pp. 139–160). E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. Eaton, A. , & Kriesky, J. (2009). NLRB elections versus card check campaigns: Results of a worker survey. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 62(2), 157–172. , & Kochan, T. A. (2007). Sequential failures in workers’ right to organize. Unpublished manuscript. MIT Sloan School of Management. Freeman, R. , & Kleiner, M. M. (1990).
Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 45(2), 339–351. 28 STEVEN E. ABRAHAM ET AL. APPENDIX. ON DATA This paper brings together data from three prior card check studies: interviews with union representatives, interviews with employers and a telephone survey of workers involved in both card check and NLRB election campaigns (Eaton & Kriesky, 2001, 2006, 2009 respectively). Full details on the methods used are available in the original papers cited earlier. More general information is provided here.
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations by David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman, Paul J. Gollan