Industrial Relations In Canada

Paperback | September 11, 2015

byRobert Hebdon, Travor C. Brown

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Industrial Relations in Canada provides students with an insightful look into the relationships between labour, management, and government agencies. By balancing theory and research with practical, real world examples, students learn about the complex and dynamic world of industrial relations. The authors bring a wealth of experience, having worked both with unions and management, and they bring this unique blend to their approach to the subject matter. Part of the Nelson Education Series in Human Resources Management, this is a reliable and valuable resource for students learning about industrial relations today.

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Industrial Relations in Canada provides students with an insightful look into the relationships between labour, management, and government agencies. By balancing theory and research with practical, real world examples, students learn about the complex and dynamic world of industrial relations. The authors bring a wealth of experience...

Professor Bob Hebdon joined McGill University's Faculty of Management in 2000. After graduating from the University of Toronto with an M.A. in economics in 1968, he worked for the Ontario Public Service Employees Union for 24 years. He completed his Ph.D. in industrial relations at the Centre for Industrial Relations at the University ...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.56 inPublished:September 11, 2015Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176580573

ISBN - 13:9780176580575

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Brief ContentsAbout the SeriesAbout the AuthorsPrefaceChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Labour HistoryChapter 3: Economic, Social, and Political EnvironmentsChapter 4: The Legal EnvironmentChapter 5: The Union PerspectiveChapter 6: The Management PerspectiveChapter 7: NegotiationsChapter 8: Collective Agreement AdministrationChapter 9: Conflict Resolution, Grievances, and StrikesChapter 10: Third Party Dispute Resolution Procedures Chapter 11: Impacts of UnionizationChapter 12: Public-Sector IssuesAppendix A: Collective Bargaining Simulation: Marine Metals Ltd. (MML)Appendix B: Collective Bargaining Simulation: Wally's Janitorial ServicesAppendix C: Arbitration: The Case of Emma WilliamsGlossaryIndex