Over the last ten years, labour-management relations have undergone numerous changes. On the one hand, much organizational and financial resources have been devoted to various types of QWL programmes. The other trend has been an attack on collective bargaining, eroding past gains made by labour. Demands by corporations for concessions in every area of negotiations — from pension and health insurance to work rules and job categories and assignments — have become commonplace at the bargaining table. Plant closures are threatened as the inevitable consequence of labour’s non-compliance.
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