Publication Date

December 1998

Abstract

In response to growing challenges, many labor organizations are reevaluating themselves in an effort to become more efficient and effective. Their efforts, however, are limited by their frames of reference. Seldom do unions compare practices across labor movements. To expand these frames of reference we compare union administrative practices in three countries: Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Two specific areas of union administration are examined — human resource/personnel practices and strategic planning. Results from these countries are presented and analyzed to identify and explain similarities and differences.

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Suggested Citation
Clark, P. F., Gilbert, K., Gray, L. G., & Solomon, N. (1998) Union administrative practices: A comparative analysis. Retrieved [insert date] from Cornell University, ILR School site: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/121

Required Publisher Statement
Copyright by Springer. Final version published as Clark, P. F., Gilbert, K., Gray, L. G., & Solomon, N. (1998) Union administrative practices: A comparative analysis. Journal of Labor Research, 19(1), 189-201.

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