Labor Relations in a Globalizing World
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Katz, Harry C.; Kochan, Thomas A.; Colvin, Alexander
[Excerpt] This book traces how labor, management, and governments acting as individuals or as groups have shaped and continue to shape the employment relationship. Employment is analyzed through the perspective of industrial relations, the interdisciplinary field of study that concentrates on individual workers and groups of workers, unions and other forms of collective representation, employers and their organizations, and the environment in which these parties interact.
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labor relations; globalization; industrial relations