COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW by

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Bureau of Personnel Administration held a round table conference on the subject of collective bargaining, and this collection of papers is the immediate result, and covers the ground thoroughly, indicating a liberal and advanced thought uppermost in the minds of the better type employer. The general opinion is that collective bargaining is here to stay. For essential spirit of the whole, glance at the papers on the spilt between the C.I.O. and the A.F. of L., on the negotiations of contracts, on the contribution of Amalgamated toward settling the chaos in the clothing industry, on the effect of collective bargaining on personnel management, on the challenge to business. The writers are both practical and theoretical leaders in human relationship.

Pub Date: Nov. 17th, 1937
Publisher: Harper