Industrial relations systems
Southern Illinois University Press, Sep 1, 1977 - Business & Economics - 399 pages
Every industrializing community creates workers and managers, whose status and interrelations need to be defined. Industrial relations are created, and are usually a complex of interrelations between managers, agencies, workers, and government, together making up a "system." This pioneering work, first published in 1958and long out of print, presents a general theory of industrial relations and seeks to provide tools of analysis. A Masterworks in Industrial Relations series book, edited by Albert A. Blum, Michigan State University.
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