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Justice at the task: views at the Erosion of Collective Bargaining within the United StatesRichard N. Block, Sheldon Friedman, Michelle Kaminski, and Andy Levin, EditorsThis quantity offers an influential staff of researchers who learn the present kingdom of employees' freedom to shape unions and cut price jointly. the entire researchers current empirical facts to aid their leading edge principles for advancing staff' rights. The papers have been initially awarded at a convention co-sponsored via the varsity of work and commercial family members at Michigan nation college and the AFL-CIO that was once held in October 2002.

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S. 527 (1992). 9. Pub. L. No. 74–198, 49 Stat. C. §§ 141–44, 167, 171–87 (1947)]. 10. C. § 157 (1947). 11. C. § 158(b) (1947). 12. C. § 158(c) (1947). 13. Robert Wagner, “The Wagner Act—A Reappraisal,” 93 Cong. Rec. A895, A896 (1947), reprinted in 2 LMRA Legis. Hist. 935, 938. 14. Lechmere Inc. v. S. 527 (1992). 15. For an expanded discussion of the value judgments inherent in arbitral doctrine on employee refusals to work for reasons of health and safety, see Gross (2004), which provides the basis for the discussion of arbitration of health and safety disputes in this chapter.

Ulrich, Dave. 1998. ” In Delivering Results, Dave Ulrich, ed. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, pp. 29– 44. Werhane, Patricia Hogue. 1985. Persons, Rights, and Corporations. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Wirtz, Willard. 1971. ” In Arbitration and the Public Interest, Gerald Somers and Barbara Dennis, eds. Washington, DC: Bureau of National Affairs, pp. 30–41. 3 International Elections Standards and NLRB Representation Elections David L. Cingranelli State University of New York–Binghamton Many workers’ rights, including the right to freedom of association at the workplace and the right to bargain collectively with employers, are recognized in international human rights agreements, including the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (United Nations 1948; 1966).

Instead, unions will need to develop alliances with other social movements such as civil rights groups, women’s rights organizations, environmental groups, immigrant worker support groups, and religious organizations. Until now, human rights principles have been disseminated from the top-down by a privileged elite in governmental and nongovernmental organizations. Organized labor could be a powerful mass human rights movement spreading those principles from the bottom-up. This, of course, will require union leaders and members to determine the extent to which they have accepted the values underlying the current labor relations system.

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