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Students will review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a Managing the Employer-Worker Relationship unit of a standard college-level introduction to business course. Topics covered include:
- History of organized labor
- Function of collective bargaining
- Tactics for resolving labor-management conflict
- Controversial employee-management issues
1. A Historical Outline of Organized Labor in the United States
In this lesson, you'll learn about the development of organized labor and unions in the United States and their current position in the United States economy. We'll also touch upon federal laws that have been developed regulating and protecting organized labor.
2. Function of Collective Bargaining
The function of collective bargaining is to negotiate work-related issues. Bargaining or negotiating takes place between the employer and the employees. The employees are represented by a collective bargaining unit.
3. Mediation & Arbitration: Third-Party Interventions in Organizations
Some conflicts simply cannot be resolved by those involved in the dispute. This lesson will explain the use of third-party interventions to help disputants resolve conflict they could not solve on their own.
4. Human Relations Movement in Management: Theory & Timeline
In this lesson, you'll explore one of the basic theories used in management today - the human relations theory. You'll learn the history of the theory, how it relates to the views of managers today, and why it's important to managers and employees.
5. Forms of Union Agreements
While currently in decline, unions are still an important presence in the workplace. In this lesson, you'll learn about different types of union agreements regarding union membership and employment, including open, closed, agency and union shops.
6. Tactics for Resolving Labor-Management Conflicts
Good labor-management relations are a key component to successful business practice. Conflicts can happen and can be destructive. In this lesson, you'll learn about some tactics used for resolving conflicts between labor and management.
7. Controversial Employee-Management Issues
The modern workplace is replete with controversy ranging from charges of excessive executive pay to workplace privacy. In this lesson, you'll learn about some current controversial employee-management issues in the workplace.
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