Ch16 - 71-243: Human Resource Management Ch 16: Labour...

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71-243: Human Resource Management Ch 16: Labour Relations 1
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71-243: Human Resource Management Labour-Management Relations The ongoing interactions between labour unions and management in organizations. Labour relations process Employees desire to seek collective representation The union organizing campaign begins Union receives official recognition Union and management negotiate a collective agreement Day-to-day contract administration begins 2
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71-243: Human Resource Management Collective Bargaining Negotiations between a union and an employer to arrive at a mutually acceptable collective agreement. Union and management must negotiate in good faith 3
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71-243: Human Resource Management Collective Bargaining Process 1. Preparation for bargaining Plan the bargaining strategy Gather data to support bargaining proposals Form bargaining team and finalize proposals for bargaining 1. Face-to-face negotiations
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course FINANCE 101 taught by Professor Chan during the Spring '11 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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Ch16 - 71-243: Human Resource Management Ch 16: Labour...

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