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Chapter Twelve Strikes and Dispute Resolution
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Chapter 12: Strikes and Dispute Resolution 2 Simplified Model of IR System Conversion Process/Interaction  Part 3   Chapter 10 Collective Bargaining: Structure, Process… Chapter 11 The Collective Agreement Chapter 12 Strikes and Dispute Resolution Chapter 12 Strikes and Dispute Resolution Chapter 13 Grievance Arbitration Process: Theory…
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Chapter 12: Strikes and Dispute Resolution 3 A strike is a concerted effort  by unionized employees to  cease work, or refuse to work   in order to reduce production. A lockout is initiated by  management.  It is a refusal to  continue operations.   Strikes and Lockouts
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Chapter 12: Strikes and Dispute Resolution 4 Nine Functions of Strikes 1. Win union recognition 2. Reveal other party’s true settlement point 3. Establish reputations 4. Pressure parties to make concessions 5. Solve intra-organizational issues 6. Safety valve for pent-up frustration 7. Support or protest government policy 8. Enhance political consciousness 9. Show solidarity with other workers
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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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