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eBook How collective bargaining works (American labor) ePub

by Twentieth Century Fund

  • ISBN: 0405029330
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  • Author: Twentieth Century Fund
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Arno (1971)
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Labor unions, Labor and laboring classes, Collective bargaining.

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Collective bargaining still fails to qualify as a "right" because collective bargaining definitely causes non-union workers to suffer.

Collective Bargaining in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth .

Collective Bargaining in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. The phrase "collective bargaining" was coined by British labor reformers Sidney and Beatrice Webb in the 1890s, but by that time, forms of collective accommodation between unionized workers and employers were already common in the United States. Advocates of collective bargaining in the early decades of the twentieth century thought it essential for three reasons.

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Once focused closely on institutional dynamics in the workplace and electoral politics, labor history has expanded and refined its approach to include questions about the families, communities, identities, and cultures workers have developed over time. Subject: 20th Century: Pre-1945, Urban History, Labor and Working Class History. Online Publication Date: Aug 2016.

Collective bargaining, the ongoing process of negotiation between representatives of workers and employers to establish the conditions of employment.

Collective bargaining, the ongoing process of negotiation between representatives of workers and employers to establish the conditions of employment