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labor relations

[′lā·bər ri‚lā·shənz]
(industrial engineering)
The management function that deals with a company's work force; usually the term is restricted to relations with organized labor.
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The genesis of this article was an intense discussion among federal labor relations professionals on how best to create an effective two-way strategic linkage between labor relations strategy and the broader organizational strategy.
This may sound like an obvious, common-sense step--production people are bound to see things engineers miss--but in the long-running saga of mutual throat-cutting that is modern labor relations, the thought of management going to workers for advice is radical.
Consistent adherence to this approach will build and strengthen the employee trust that is the crucial issue in today's labor relations. It can, and often does, lead to their questioning the necessity for a union (and for paying union dues).
Reform #2: Eliminate the National Labor Relations Board's restrictions on employee-involvement committees in the workplace.
These events will change the labor relations face of Europe and kindle American interest in the historical issues and developments of European labor relations.
Rodrigues was assistant deputy director of labor and human resources management for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection from 2011 to 2015 and principal labor relations officer for the California Department of Human Resources from 2005 to 2011.
The updated poster reflects a new telephone number for the National Labor Relations Board, the agency responsible for enforcing the NLRA.
Saudi labor minister said the agreement is part of a framework that aims to protect rights and improve labor relations between workers and employers.
Despite public awareness of such events, many people have no more than a superficial understanding of collective bargaining and labor relations. A recent textbook has come along that will undoubtedly educate readers on these issues.
"To determine that, legal entities registered in Uzbekistan have the right to carry out activities for the employment of Uzbek citizens abroad on the basis of a license issued by the Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations of Uzbekistan beginning from September 1, 2018," the text of the document reads.
In an interview with Qatar News Agency, Fahad Zafer al Dosari, Director of the Labor Relations Department, said the committee includes three panels each headed by a judge and a staff members from the ministry, each with a secretariat.
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