Labour Relations, 4th edition, offers a multi-perspective examination of contemporary industrial relations. Aimed at upper level undergraduate and postgraduate students, it provides a lively and thought-provoking analysis of industrial relations set within a broader political, economic and historical context.
Frank Burchill, OBE is Professor of Labour Relations at the University of Tasmania, Australia.
Introduction.- 1. Harmony and Conflict.- 2. The Market for Labour.- 3. Trade Unions.- 4. The Government of Unions.- 5. The Employers.- 6. Collective Bargaining.- 7. Procedures.- 8. Settling Disputes.- 9. Negotiating.- 10. Industrial Action.- 11. Pay.- 12. The New Industrial Relations.- 13. The Old and the New.- 14. What Is to Be Done?.- Bibliography.