International Labour Relations and Collective Bargaining

  • Jack Lee


The marked increase in co-operation and cross-fertilisation among unions through the effective media of the international labour federations, implies that at the bargaining table and elsewhere in their relations with the unions, employers can expect to find more knowledgeable negotiators and more sophisticated attitudes and demands on the part of organised labour.


Trade Union Collective Bargaining Labour Relation Industrial Relation Collective Agreement 
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© The International Institute for Labour Studies 1972

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  • Jack Lee

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