About the Book
This book examines important features of collective representation, union and management interactions, and psycho-social relation between management and workers. Collective bargaining is the core of union-management relations. It may include two types of interactions. First is the negotiation of work conditions; and second is the activity related to interpreting and enforcing the collective agreement and the resolution of any conflicts arising out of it. This book also examines the nature of bargaining process, and the problems that arise under a collective agreement. The grievance process and forms of resolution are also described in this book.
About the Author
Atul Kr. Sharma did his M.A. in Political Science and MBA from Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur. Mr. Sharma is having several years experience as a Senior Manager in a multinational company in Mumbai and Bangalore. He has written many papers published in India and abroad, and also has presented papers in Naitional and International Seminars held in India and abroad. His work is focused upon the humanistic orientation in Business Management.