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Chapter Five The Management of Industrial Relations
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Chapter 5: The Management of Industrial Relations 2 Simplified Model of IR System Actors  Part 1    Chapter 2 Understanding the Unionization Decision Chapter 3 Labour History… Chapter 4 Unions… Chapter 5 The Management of Industrial Relations Chapter 5 The Management of Industrial Relations Chapter 6 Managing High-Involvement Workplaces
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Chapter 5: The Management of Industrial Relations 3 50% 25% 25% Consider IR issues important Consider IR issues important when making investment & when making investment & location decisions. location decisions. Consider IR issues, but Consider IR issues, but are not deemed are not deemed significant when making significant when making decisions decisions . . IR issues have no IR issues have no impact. impact. IR & Management/Employer Decisions
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Chapter 5: The Management of Industrial Relations 4 Management/Employer IR Strategies * Most employers oppose unionization * The degree of opposition varies widely
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2011 for the course EC 170 taught by Professor Menegotto during the Fall '08 term at Tufts.

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