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3320_Ch15 - Chapter Fifteen Public-Sector Collective...

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Chapter Fifteen Public-Sector Collective Bargaining
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Chapter 15: Public-Sector Collective Bargaining 2  Federal Civil Service  Provincial Civil Service  Municipalities  Gov’t – Owned Enterprises    Education  Health Care 2.78 million 21% of all  employees in  Canada =
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Chapter 15: Public-Sector Collective Bargaining 3 I. Employer Differences I. Employer Differences II. Employee and Union Differences II. Employee and Union Differences Features of Public-Sector Features of Public-Sector Collective Bargaining Collective Bargaining  Decision-making structure  No profit motives  Political considerations  Ability to legislate  Save money during strikes  Public inconvenience  Public nature of dispute  White collar professionals  60 % women
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Chapter 15: Public-Sector Collective Bargaining 4     III. Policy and Legislative Distinctions III. Policy and Legislative Distinctions
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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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3320_Ch15 - Chapter Fifteen Public-Sector Collective...

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