Chapter_11_business

Chapter_11_business - Nancy Crawley Nov. 10th, 2009 Ch. 11...

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Nancy Crawley Nov. 10 th , 2009 Ch. 11 2. The three characteristics common to most union management partnerships are to obtain rights for workers and recognition for themselves, unions engaged in often-antagonistic collective- bargaining sessions, and strikes. The benefits of union management partnerships to management, unions, and workers are decision making, workplace organization, and strategic planning. 4. Employees start or join unions, because they feel that the working conditions are unfair or the pay is too low. Unions are usually formed because the workers do not agree with all of the conditions of the business. 6. The major areas that are negotiated in a labor contract are employee pay and benefits, working hours, job and union security, management rights, and grievances procedures. 9. A grievance is a formally established course of action for resolving employee complaints against management. Atypical grievance procedure contains four steps. Each ensuring step involves all the personnel from the preceding step plus at least one higher-level person.
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Mr.bishop during the Fall '09 term at Wingate.

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Chapter_11_business - Nancy Crawley Nov. 10th, 2009 Ch. 11...

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