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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Collective Bargaining, United States Dollar, Job Performance

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28 Jan 2017
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Industrial relations: the study of employment relationships and issues often in unionized work places. Union: a group of workers recognized by law who
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Winnipeg General Strike, National Labor Relations Act

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28 Jan 2017
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Master-servant: employment relationships in which employees have few rights. Under common law it was illegal for employees to quit; they worked and emp
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Human Resource Management, Collective Bargaining, Procedural Justice

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28 Jan 2017
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Significant perspectives that have influenced managerial thinking: master-servant relationship. Definition: essence of the common-law employment relati
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Collective Agreement, Canadian Human Rights Act, Union Shop

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28 Jan 2017
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The role of the agreement is to establish clear rules and procedures governing both work place practices and the relationship between the parties. A co
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nfl Collective Bargaining Agreement, Performance Appraisal, Pension

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28 Jan 2017
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The numerous conversion mechanisms mean that the employer no longer has unilateral ability to determine all terms and conditions of employment. Unions
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Joint Committee, Espn Bottomline, Pension

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28 Jan 2017
2
Main differences between individual and collective negotiations includes: individual negotiations bilateral in nature; only two parties involved in the
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Union Representative, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Thomas University

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28 Jan 2017
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Industrial dispute: a disagreement arising from entering into, renewing, or revising a collective agreement. The difference between a strike and a lock
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Union Democracy, Industrial Democracy, Business Unionism

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28 Jan 2017
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Privy Council Of The United Kingdom, National Labor Relations Act

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28 Jan 2017
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Wagner act: named after the bill"s sponsor, senator robert f. wagner of new york, and more formally known as the national labor relations act of the u.
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Collective Bargaining, Canadian Union Of Public Employees, Monopsony

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28 Jan 2017
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Collective bargaining coverage: a statistic that represents all of the employees, both union and non-union, covered by collective agreement as % of the
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YORKADMS 3422Michael Mc GarryFall

ADMS 3422 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: North American Free Trade Agreement, Demand Curve, Flextime

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28 Jan 2017
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Great recession: a serious downturn in the economy around late 2008 characterized by very low or negative growth and high unemployment triggered by the
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