2 edition of Unionization of white-collar employees found in the catalog.
Unionization of white-collar employees
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Z733.P53 .G74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 92 l.|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||73223600|
The limited studies conducted on employee unionization in the public sector generally find that public employees unionize for reasons similar to those of their private-sector counterparts. The only difference is that other issues, such as professional development and participation in decision making, are also perceived as important. Unions reduce wage inequalities because they raise wages more at the bottom and in the middle of the wage scale than at the top. Lower-wage, middle-wage, blue-collar, and high school educated workers are also more likely than high-wage, white-collar, and college-educated workers to be represented by unions (see Table 2).
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White Collar Workers Benefit from Unions and Collective Bargaining. As grassroots organizations, unions are feared by : Steve Hochstadt. Of course, white-collar workers still risk losing their jobs if a union forms—that’s what seems to have happened to employees of DNAinfo and Gothamist, two websites owned by Joe Ricketts.
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Employment, White Collar CONCEPTUAL AND DEFINITIONAL INCONSISTENCIES KEY THEORETICAL TREATMENTS RECENT DEVELOPMENTS: PRODUCTIVITY, UNIONIZATION, AND SECURITY BIBLIOGRAPHY Source for information on Employment, White Collar: International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences dictionary.
Lastly, some of the white-collar employees may be outside the purview of the Industrial Disputes Act,and so may have the problem of job security which their unions may have to look after.
This may not be the problem with Blue-collar Unions. Richards examines the literature put out by unions and management, internal company records and his own interviews with employees to flush out the reasons why employees rejected unionization.
He also looks at the vain effort of the union to address the negative views, especially those propounded by the company, about by: There was a time when unions and strikes were known only to Blue-collar workers in factories, mines, railways docks, etc.
White-collar employees and professional people like doctors, engineers, lawyers, professors and senior executives and managerial staff thought it below their dignity to band themselves in unions, march the high streets, and yell slogans.
CONTINUING THE WHITE COLLAR. UNIONIZATION MOVEMENT: IMAGINING A PRIVATE ATTORNEYS UNION. INTRODUCTION “Such equality [between employers and employees] is the central need of the Unionization of white-collar employees book world today. It is necessary to insure a wise.
Historically white collar workers were better paid, and given more benefits than the typical blue collar worker. So the blue collar workers needed more protection, because it was easier to lay off and replace blue collar workers than white collar.
Workers at Kickstarter voted Tuesday to form a union. It's the first time the white-collar workers at a high-profile technology company have formally chosen to be represented by a Author: Timothy B. Lee. One of those projects was a comic book called Will the workers be among the first white-collar employees at Organizers say that a.
The white-collar world has been relatively unreceptive to unionization while the blue-collar world has been more receptive in part due to the differences in perspectives of their social status.
White-collar workers "view themselves as having higher status than blue-collar workers" (Lipset & Katchanovski, ). White-collar unionization, Author: by Edward R. Curtin. --Publication info: [New York: National Industrial Conference Board, ]. In the past, most unionization drives have been associated with blue-collar workers and lower-paid white-collar workers rather than white-collar tech workers, who are often paid upward of $, 1) What benefits can unionization provide to white collar workers.
2) What will white collar workers have to give up. 3) Would supervision of union salaried employees be different than supervision of non-union salaried employees. experience and to white-collar organiz-ing problems, this writer's estimates of the wage effects of today's white-collar unionism will provide the first concrete evidence on the question.
A gratuitous benefit of this study of the wage effects of white-collar unions is an estimate of those effects for blue-'American Federationist, Vol.
74, No. Hurd, R. The unionization of clerical, technical, and professional employees in higher education: Threat or opportunity [Electronic version]. In D. Julius (Ed.), Managing the industrial labor relations process in higher education, Washington, D.C.: College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.
white-collar union a TRADE UNION which largely or exclusively represents clerical, administrative and technical employees. In the past, such unions have generally been concerned to maintain for their members conditions of employment, rates of PAY, and status superior to those of manual the growth of public sector employment and the gradual shift in the UK from.
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For All White-Collar Workers: The Possibilities of Radicalism in New York City’s Department Store Unions, –Cited by: 7. A white-collar worker is a person who performs professional, managerial, or administrative work. White-collar work may be performed in an office or other administrative setting.
White-collar workers include works related to academia, accountancy, business and executive management, management consulting, customer support, market research, finance, human resources.
A trade union (or a labor union in the U.S.) is an association of workers forming a legal unit or legal personhood, usually called a "bargaining unit", which acts as bargaining agent and legal representative for a unit of employees in all matters of law or right arising from or in the administration of a collective unions typically fund the formal organization.
Kickstarter’s Year of Turmoil Kickstarter United would be the first white-collar union at a well-known tech company.
But no tech company has seen a unionization effort go this far. The lack of white collar unionization has contributed much to the declining role of labor unions in this country.
Why have white collar workers resisted attempts at collective action. This thesis will explore the failures of white collar unionism efforts, and what that means for the future of the American labor movement.
Unionization. Although a third of all blue-collar workers were unionized, the proportion of unionized blue-collar workers in private industry was lower than the comparable proportion in State and local government (32 percent, compared with 50 percent). Similar patterns were found within the four major (blue-collar) occupational Size: KB.
Dear Amazon Workers: Unionize! 08/25/ am ET Updated While shopping on Amazon may be a warm and amiable breeze, working for Amazon is an endless and excruciating violent tempest, according to a New York Times report on conditions among the company's beleaguered white-collar employees.A) To attract white-collar workers, unions have changed their focus and bargaining priorities.
B) In the past, many white-collar employees felt little perceived need to unionize. C) The lack of job security related to downsizing and privatization has led to increased interest in unionization among white-collar workers.