1997), 'Major Tribunal Decisions in 1996', Journal of Industrial Relations
, 39, pp.
The first section of the paper reviews international and comparative analysis frameworks which aid understanding of the relationship between social policy and industrial relations
in social protection.
Aslef's national organiser Andy Reed said industrial relations
on the Underground varied from "hostility to anarchy".
On the contrary, the overall industrial relations
environment remained one of relative stability," Mr Duffy said.
24-29: Seminar: Organization development foundations; Industrial Relations
Centre; Queen's University; Kingston; 613.
Indeed (as stated three times in the first 37 pages), "French exceptionalism in industrial relations
consists mainly in the exclusion of labour from both firm and national decision making.
As chairman of the Labor and Industrial Relations
Committee, Alarcon could help speed reform and save the hundreds of thousands of jobs that are leaving the state.
Meanwhile, the Industrial Relations
Board refused a request that it block hundreds of layoffs until the seniority issue is settled, reported Reuters.
Keep in mind that the law and the California Department of Industrial Relations
state that job titles, large salaries and highly skilled work are not determinative.
The current emphasis on evidence-based policy-making highlights the importance of the impartial, rigorous approach to research which Warwick's Industrial Relations
Research Unit has adopted since its inception.
Law firm DLA's tenth annual survey into industrial relations
finds that strikes and industrial action are set to increase.
Margaret Chaplan (library director) and Edward Hertenstein (assistant professor) at the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations
, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, describe the findings of their survey designed to assess the information needs of union officials throughout the Midwest.