2 edition of Labour-management relations in the railway industry found in the catalog.
Labour-management relations in the railway industry
Stephen G. Peitchinis
|Statement||[by] Stephen G. Peitchinis.|
|Series||Task Force on Labour Relations. Study -- no. 20|
|LC Classifications||HD6961.A1 C35 no. 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 399 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||399|
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Get this from a library. Labour-management relations in the railway industry. [Stephen G Peitchinis]. Industrial or labor-management relations are focused on the relationship between the management and the workers within an organization. Labor-management relations include aspects of industrial life such as collective bargaining, trades unionism, discipline and grievance handling, industrial disputes, employee participation in management and the interpretation of.
easurement of labor management relations is a complex phenomenon since it involves the human element. Labor-management relations are the interacting relations between labor (employees) and management (employers). ‘Management and labor’ is the English term used in EC law to refer to organizations representing workers and employers.
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The early railway industry in Britain. Following the introduction the book opens with Nicholls’ study of labour management and control in Labour-management relations in the railway industry book early railway industry. In foreign country, their labour management in construction industry is including unionized and non-unionized construction.
Most of the industrial and utility constructions are adopted unionized construction. Nevertheless, heavy construction sector is mostly non-union. Industrial relations, thus, include both 'industrial relations' and 'collective relations' as well as the role of the state in regulating these relations.
Such a relationship is therefore complex and multidimensional resting on economic, social, psychological, ethical. The term ―Industrial Relations‖ is different from ―Human Relations‖. Industrial relations refer to the relations between the employees and the employer in an industry.
Human relations refer to Labour-management relations in the railway industry book personnel-management policy to be adopted in industrial organizations to develop a sense of belongingness in the workers improves their.
THE BOOK under review is a "welcome attempt" to set out the "correct procedure" for taking Labour-management relations in the railway industry book against an employee who is guilty of "misconduct" meriting punishment under standing orders.1 The author has adopted a practical approach to the subject of "discipli-nary proceedings", an important aspect of labour-management relations.
Labor Relations Exam 2. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. tomtuggle1. Terms in this set (65) True or False. The Railway Labor Act covers only the railroad industry. False. True or False. You can, in. Harmonious labour-management relations are beneficial to both the economic security of individuals and the economic prosperity of Canada.
The Labour Program promotes cooperation and fairness and provides expert advice and assistance on labour relations matters to workplaces within the federal jurisdiction. To that intent, the Labour Program has. A study of the functioning of the labour-management cooperation programmes in Indian Railways is considered important for three reasons.
The first and foremost reason is quest for understanding the labour-management cooperation situation in India's biggest undertaking. Secondly, rail transport industry in India is almost dominated by the public. labour management relationship affords higher production providing for the survival of the society.
With a view to meet every situation in labour-management relations the Labour Laws are sought to evolve a rational synthesis between conflicting flames of the management and employees. the field in which the class of industry, the workmen are File Size: 48KB.
Nicholls P. () Labour, Management and Control: The Early Railway Industry in Britain. In: Richardson M., Nicholls P. (eds) A Business and Labour History of Author: Peter Nicholls. 1) The term labour-management relations refers to: A) the process of labour- management contract negotiations and the process of administering a collective agreement.
B) the process of administering a collective agreement. C) relations between union members. D) the process of contract negotiations. Table shows that28 respondents representing 72% upheld that good relationship between the management and labour in Heroes Nig Limited Abakaliki enhances performance and productivity while the remaining 11 representing 28% are of the view that the view that the good relationship between the two parties does not enhance performance and productivity.
Full text of "Report [of the Royal Commission on Labour-Management Relations in the Construction Industry]." See other formats. Get this from a library. A Business and Labour History of Britain: Case Studies of Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.
[Dr Mike Richardson; Dr Peter Nicholls] -- By bringing together and critically engaging with accounts of certain themes in business and labour history, and utilizing original research, this book aims to widen understanding of industrial. The Railway Magazine ' a detailed, academic, well-researched and readable account of labour relations on the railways from the s to the s.' Journal of the Railway and Canal Historical Society, Vol.
33, No. ' clearly the result of long and painstaking research in railway and trade union archives an important contribution to. Labor and industrial relations programs provide students with a broad understanding of the roles that human resources and labor relations play in various organizations.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Students and other users of this book will notice that it is quite different from other materials on labour relations especially in terms of richness of content.
This manual, like the first two, is designed with the students in the Certificate andFile Size: 1MB. The technical decisions made by JNR at this time were often coloured by the worsening labour-management relations. Capital investment was focused on facilities that the workforce could repair and maintain with little effort, leading to an inferior railway with heavier equipment and uniformity promoted in the guise of standardization.
short and the long term, taking into account the importance of good labour-management relations. (Bill C, Maintenance of Railway Operations Act, Mas.
12) The series of events that unfolded represented a watershed in the transformation of industrial relations in the railroad industry. This paper tells the story of the path that has. Stephen G. Peitchinis has written: 'Effects of technological changes on employment and educational and skill requirements' -- subject(s): Automation.
Main Blunders in Indian Labour Relations System 1. railway strike in India The railway strike in India was initiated by 17 million workers for 20 continuous days to demands the raise in pay scale that was stationary for many years and is known to be the largest known strike in the history of India.
How the changes in employee relations Asked in The Giver BookEconomic aspects, Economic aspects of Automation, Occupational training 'Labour-management relations in the railway industry. Labor relations question. Complete an in-depth analysis of the Railway Labor Act (RLA), including its amendments, judicial interpretations and administrative law.
Also, tie this in/relate to labor relations. The Railway Labor Act is a law that affects the airline and railroad industry. FOURTH EDITION OF THE ALARM INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM Chapter 4 – Page 4 Management of Labour and Obstructed Labour Cervical dilatation The rate of cervical dilatation changes from the latent to the active phase of labour.
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Labor management includes the research and publication of information relating to collective bargaining, trade unionism, and disapline and grievance handlings ¹. Labour law, the varied body of law applied to such matters as employment, remuneration, conditions of work, trade unions, and industrial its most comprehensive sense, the term includes social security and disability insurance as well.
Unlike the laws of contract, tort, or property, the elements of labour law are somewhat less homogeneous than the rules. A new industrial relations (NIR) paradigm is clearly being seen as emerging. Especially in the developing world including India labour power has got a. The editors and the contributing authors believe that better management of labour will result in a reduction in the rates of maternal mortality and morbidity and will help prevent neonatal death, especially in developing countries like India.
This book has been popular in its earlier editions, both among postgraduates and practitioners/5(11). ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN LABOUR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS Dumebi Unabor and Aduloju Kuti Oluwatoyin Abstract Effective communication is an indispensable management tool. For any organization to function maximally, there must be communication because management and subordinates must interact for the organization to move forward.
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Prior to practising mediation, she practised labour law, health care lobbying and peri-operative nursing.Labor Relations in Construction The market demand in construction fluctuates greatly, often within short periods and with uneven distributions among geographical regions.
Even when the volume of construction is relatively steady, some types of work may decline in importance while other types gain.Labour management relations and ebook employee 13 Effect of mutual relations between workers and management on performance 15 Motivating labour 16 Special motivational package 18 Effect of labour participation in decision making 19 File Size: KB.