Publication Date

January 1991

Abstract

[Excerpt] New York State has a long history of union-management education and training programs, making it unique in public sector employment. This chapter examines the programs undertaken at both state and city levels, as well as the applicability of the New York experience to other public sector jurisdictions. Although the profile of the New York State and city work force differs from that of the rest of the nation, there is much of value here for educators, union leaders, and others involved in public sector employment.

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Gray, L., Quimby, T. B., & Schrier, K. (1991). Union-management training programs in the public sector: The New York experience [Electronic version]. In L.A Ferman, M. Hoyman, J. Cutcher-Gershenfeld, & E. J. Savoie (Eds.), Joint training programs: A union-management approach to preparing workers for the future (pp. 95-111). Ithaca, NY: ILR Press.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/95/

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