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Pay, productivity and collective bargaining

Author: Robert B McKersie; L C Hunter
Publisher: London, Macmillan; New York, St Martin's Press [1973]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
McKersie, Robert B.
Pay, productivity and collective bargaining.
London, Macmillan; New York, St Martin's Press [1973]
(OCoLC)591090123
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert B McKersie; L C Hunter
ISBN: 0333055659 9780333055656
OCLC Number: 659115
Description: xvii, 389 pages 22 cm
Contents: 1. A preliminary view : Introduction ; The concept of productivity bargaining ; Productivity problems and the growing commitment to action --
2. The first phase of productivity bargaining: 1960-6 : Introduction ; Evolution ; The incidence of productivity bargaining ; Information and opinion --
3. The second phase: 1967-70 : The impact of incomes policy ; Growth and incidence ; Content and coverage ; Appendix: The D.E.P. register as a data source --
4. Effects of government policy : The N.B.P.I. guidelines for productivity bargaining : Evaluation ; Conclusions --
5. The ingredients in productivity agreements : Factors involved in the agreements ; Nature of work (skill utilisation) ; Hours of work patterns ; Effort and manning ; Methods ; Reward features ; Achievement and reward patterns over time --
6. Negotiating the agreement : Introduction ; Pressure bargaining, the direct approach ; The role of mixed bargaining ; Internal consensus ; Concluding comments --
7. Implementation of the agreement : Introduction ; Implementation activities ; The role of key institutions ; Synthesis --
8. Substantive results of productivity agreements : Operating results ; Economic impact ; Explanatory factors --
9. An assessment of cultural and organisational effects : Impact on management ; Impact on the union institution ; Impact on the work-group and individual ; Control of shop-floor relations ; Impact on the bargaining structure ; Evaluation of the direct versis indirect approaches --
10. Interpretation : Introduction ; The management function ; Union orientation ; The meaning of productivity bargaining for the institution of collective bargaining ; Control of plant-level relations --
11. Implications for the future : The outlook ; The scientific management option ; Technological change ; Manpower planning ; The possibility for a new departure ; The role of productivity bargaining in the forseeable future.
Responsibility: [by] R.B. McKersie and L.C. Hunter.

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