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This book was written to help you understand an interesting and dynamic aspect of human resources management. The following features are intended to make learning about labour relations easier and more interesting:. In Chapter 3 , which discusses unions, the topics are presented in an order that may be unique: the structure and functions of union bodies are presented before their history.
This is because the history of unions and the development of labour relations refer to structural concepts such as the local union, national unions, and international unions. Problems have been encountered when the history has been considered before the student understands the concept of union locals and the distinction between national and international unions.
Appendix A provides cases that could be used in classroom discussion or assignments. A grievance and arbitration exercise is provided in Appendix B , and a contract negotiation simulation is provided in Appendix C.
Appendix C could be used to analyze a collective agreement and engage in a negotiation simulation. The collective agreement in Appendix C is for a casino, and it is based on actual contract language and pricing in the industry.
The material is set up in a modular fashion so that instructors may choose which issues to cover, and whether to include the financial information provided. A number of changes have been made to this edition to provide key concepts to human resources professionals and better prepare students for the National Knowledge Exam Comprehensive Knowledge Exam in Ontario. The following are some of the more noteworthy updates and revisions:. Larry Suffield received his B. Economics and LL. After practising law for five years, he received an M.
Larry is a professor at Lambton College in Sarnia, Ontario, where he teaches in the Business Administration and postgraduate Human Resources Management programs, and where he has served as the coordinator of the Marketing and Management department. His areas of special interest are employment law and labour relations.
Larry has also taught human resources management and labour relations at the University of Windsor. Larry has served as the vice-president and chief steward of the union local representing faculty and counsellors at Lambton College, and he is a member of the Human Resources Professionals Association, where he serves on the Educational Standards Committee.
Larry enjoys hiking and you may see him on a trail—he will be the one carrying a recent labour arbitration decision. Gary Gannon received his B. Social Sciences from York University. In , he completed his Ph. Gary is currently the program coordinator and full-time professor in the Human Resources Management programs at Durham College in Oshawa, Ontario. Prior to coming to Durham College in , he worked for 18 years in progressive HR management roles in the health care and higher education sectors.
He is recognized as an expert in building and revitalizing HRM services in medium and large organizations in order to fulfill strategic business objectives. He has also advised several not-for-profit organizations on HRM-related matters as part of his involvement in the local community.
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Print this content. Contemporary labour relations vignettes, which illustrate labour relations issues and proc esses, are provided at the beginning of each chapter. Key terms are bolded and defined in margin notes. A list of these terms with page refer ences is provided at the end of each chapter.
Case incidents, review questions, and discussion questions at the end of each chapter help you put the chapter material into practice. New To This Edition A number of changes have been made to this edition to provide key concepts to human resources professionals and better prepare students for the National Knowledge Exam Comprehensive Knowledge Exam in Ontario.
The following are some of the more noteworthy updates and revisions: Opening vignettes. Several new vignettes have been written to introduce the reader to the topical content in each chapter. These short accounts draw on recent topical items that reflect the interplay between unions, employers, workers and society. Review and discussion questions. Based on user feedback, these end-of-chapter activities have been revised and updated to facilitate student understanding and application of key concepts and principles related to labour relations.
Collective bargaining rights. Collective agreements. Contract negotiation. Chapter 9 has been updated in its perspectives on external factors that may influence union—management relationships as well as management bargaining team composition.
Discussion questions have been reframed to facilitate more indepth exploration of key topics and concepts. Contract administration. Enhancements to the Web-research section at the end of the chapter will facilitate further exploration of grievance-related resources available on union websites. Public sector labour relations. Chapter 11 has been revised to reflect developments in key external forces challenging unions in this sector.
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Labour Relations, Fourth Edition, is intended to provide a practical text for labour relations, industrial relations, and collective bargaining courses. The book is based on the premise that employers, unions, and governments are all key players in labour relations and are affected by a challenging environment. Larry Suffield received his B. Economics and LL.
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