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    • Neutrality Agreements: Innovative, Controversial, and Labor’s Hope for the Future 

      Hurd, Richard W. (2008-04-01)
      [Excerpt] In spite of the criticisms, there can be little doubt that labor’s campaigns to achieve and enforce neutrality agreements offer hope that the long-term decline in union density actually can be reversed. A ...
    • New Challenges to Arbitration 

      McKelvey, Jean T. (1976-01-01)
      [Excerpt] "Today we face developments in practically every aspect of our lives portending changes within the next quarter century as great as any we have experienced." Changes in one's own field, as in society in general, ...
    • New Data for Answering Old Questions Regarding Employee Stock Options 

      Hallock, Kevin; Olson, Craig A. (2008-03-13)
      This paper is a description and summary of existing questions and sources of data on stock options with an emphasis on two issues; what are the issues surrounding stock options in the national accounts and what value do ...
    • New Deal Labor Policy and the Containment of Radical Union Activity 

      Hurd, Richard W. (1976-10-01)
      New Deal labor policies were designed with the stability of the capitalist economy in mind. Their pro-union provisions responded to labor militance and served to head off the formation of a radical working-class movement. ...
    • New Directions in Compensation Research: Synergies, Risk, and Survival 

      Gerhart, Barry A.; Trevor, Charlie O.; Graham, Mary E. (1995-07-01)
      We describe and use two theoretical frameworks, the resource-based view of the firm and institutional theory, as lenses for examining three promising areas of compensation research. First, we examine the nature of the ...
    • New Estimates of British Unemployment, 1870-1913 

      Boyer, George R.; Hatton, Timothy J. (2002-09-01)
      We present new estimates of the British industrial unemployment rate for 1870- 1913, which improve on the Board of Trade's prior estimates. We use similar sources, but our series includes additional industrial sectors, ...
    • New Evidence on Gender Differences in Promotion Rates: An Empirical Analysis of a Sample of New Hires 

      Blau, Francine D.; DeVaro, Jed (2007-07-01)
      [Excerpt] Using a large sample of establishments drawn from the Multi-City Study of Urban Inequality (MCSUI) employer survey, we study gender differences in promotion rates and in the wage gains attached to promotions. ...
    • New Jewish Politics for an American Labor Leader: Sidney Hillman, 1942-1946 

      Korman, Gerd (1994-01-01)
      [Excerpt] This paper argues that in the Holocaust years the public Hillman, the labor leader, trapped in the tribal fires of his own modernity, stopped acting as a “deracinated citizen.” Between 1942 and 1946, he used his ...
    • New Minimum Wage Research: Symposium Introduction 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (1992-10-01)
      [Excerpt] The passage of the 1989 FLSA amendments stimulated a new wave of research on the effects of minimum wage legislation, and five of the resulting papers are gathered together in this symposium. Four of these are ...
    • New Unity for Labor? 

      Milkman , Ruth; Voss , Kim; Bronfenbrenner, Kate (2005-12-14)
      From the “Editor’s Introduction”: Within today’s AFL-CIO, a different set of frustrations with the bureaucratic structure and leadership is simmering. The relative lack of new organizing and the continuous toll of ...
    • New York State AFL-CIO Organizing Education Program 

      Bronfenbrenner, Kate (1998-01-01)
      New York State has long been hailed by the labor movement for its high union density and strong and active local labor unions. Yet, like their counterparts in other states, unions in New York State have watched their numbers ...
    • Next Generation SHRM Research: From Covariation to Causation 

      Wright, Patrick M. (2003-01-16)
      [Excerpt] In response to the longstanding and repeated criticisms that HR does not add value to organizations, the past 10 years has seen a burgeoning of research attempting to demonstrate that progressive HR practices ...
    • No Longer Forced out: How One Institution Is Dealing with the End of Mandatory Retirement 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (1999-05-01)
      : [Excerpt] Why should academic institutions or their faculty care about the end of mandatory retirement for tenured faculty, which became effective in January 1994? From the perspective of an individual tenured faculty ...
    • No Panacea for Success: Member Activism, Organizing and Union Renewal 

      Hickey, Robert; Kuruvilla, Sarosh; Ohio State University (2010-01-01)
      The precipitous decline in union density and influence around the world has spawned a growing body of scholarship on union renewal. While this literature evidences lively debates regarding the efficacy of different renewal ...
    • Non-Faculty Unionization at Institutions of Higher Education 

      Hurd, Richard W. (1991-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The decade of the 1980's was a difficult one for the labor movement as membership and bargaining power declined for most unions in most industries. Higher education, however, provided a much more congenial ...
    • Non-Immigrant Labor Policy in the United States 

      Briggs, Vernon M. Jr. (1983-09-01)
      "The employment of foreign workers as a supplement to the domestic labor force has been a recurrent public policy issue throughout much of the history of the United States. Under specific circumstances, nonimmigrant workers ...
    • Nose to Tail: Using the Whole Employment Relationship to Link Worker Participation to Operational Performance 

      Litwin, Adam Seth (2015-01-01)
      Although many employers continue to adopt various forms of worker participation or employee involvement, expected positive gains often fail to materialize. One explanation for the weak or altogether missing performance ...
    • Not Featherbedding, but Feathering the Nest: Human Resource Management and Investments in Information Technology 

      Litwin, Adam Seth (2013-01-01)
      This study draws on employment relations and management theory, claiming that certain innovative employment practices and work structures pave the way for organizational innovation, namely investments in information ...
    • NUMMI – Japanische Produktionskonzepte in den USA 

      Turner, Lowell (1990-01-01)
      [Excerpt] NUMMI, die Produktionsstätte des Joint-Venture von General Motors und Toyota, hat Modellcharakter für die gesamte US-Automobilindustrie erlangt und gilt mittlerweile als Paradebeispiel fur eine erfolgreiche ...
    • Obesity and Discrimination Among U.S. Lawyers 

      Saporta, Itsik; Halpern, Jennifer J. (1994-06-01)
      A recent federal appeals court ruling barred employment bias against the obese. A reconsideration of claims of discrimination against overweight people is therefore in order. This paper examines the effect of being overweight ...