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An A.C.T.I.O.N Guide for Union Reps, Stewards & Leaders in the Labor Movement

An A.C.T.I.O.N Guide for Union Reps, Stewards & Leaders in the Labor Movement

Author: V. Jesse Smith, J.D.

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1453532285

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 152

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This book serves as an action guide for the Union Rep, Steward and Union Activist Leader whose hard work, labor and unyielding sacrafices often go un-noticed by the people whom they serve and the Union leadership from whom they get their direction. It is a book of empowerment in dealing with the day to day trials and tribulations within the labor movement. In this book you will be empowered in terms of learning how to: motivate a Steward Council, effectively deal with members who get on your last nerve, understand the psychological mind-set you need when reprsenting members in grievances and arbitration, a detailed analysis of the 7 Steps of Just Cause and its proper application, and much much, more. The A.C.T.I.O.N Guide for Union Reps, Stewards, and Leaders will motivate you, excite you, agitate you, and hopefully move you into action. If this book serves any purpose at all, it is my hope that after reading it, you will view your work not as a job, but a calling--in a movement--for social change!

An A C T I O N Guide for Union Reps, Stewards and Leaders in the Labor Movement

An A C T I O N Guide for Union Reps, Stewards and Leaders in the Labor Movement

Author: V. Jesse J. D. Smith

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1453532277

Category: Self-Help

Page: 152

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This book serves as an action guide for the Union Rep, Steward and Union Activist Leader whose hard work, labor and unyielding sacrafices often go un-noticed by the people whom they serve and the Union leadership from whom they get their direction. It is a book of empowerment in dealing with the day to day trials and tribulations within the labor movement. In this book you will be empowered in terms of learning how to: motivate a Steward Council, effectively deal with members who get on your last nerve, understand the psychological mind-set you need when reprsenting members in grievances and arbitration, a detailed analysis of the 7 Steps of Just Cause and its proper application, and much much, more. The A.C.T.I.O.N Guide for Union Reps, Stewards, and Leaders will motivate you, excite you, agitate you, and hopefully move you into action. If this book serves any purpose at all, it is my hope that after reading it, you will view your work not as a job, but a calling--in a movement--for social change!

A Companion to Organizational Anthropology

A Companion to Organizational Anthropology

Author: D. Douglas Caulkins

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118325575

Category: Social Science

Page: 576

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The first comprehensive guide to anthropological studies of complexorganizations Offers the first comprehensive reference to the anthropologicalstudy of complex organizations Details how organizational theory and research in business hasadopted anthropology’s key concept of culture, inspiring newinsights into organizational dynamics and development Highlights pioneering theoretical perspectives ranging fromsymbolic and semiotic approaches to neuroscientific frameworks forstudying contemporary organizations Addresses the comparative and cross-cultural dimensions ofmultinational corporations and of non-governmental organizationsworking in the globalizing economy Topics covered include organizational dynamics,entrepreneurship, innovation, social networks, cognitive models andteam building, organizational dysfunctions, global networkedorganizations, NGOs, unions, virtual communities, corporate cultureand social responsibility Presents a body of work that reflects the breadth and depth ofthe field of organizational anthropology and makes the case for theimportance of the field in the anthropology of the twenty-firstcentury

The Union and Its Members

The Union and Its Members

Author: Julian Barling

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195073362

Category: Psychology

Page: 251

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This important work explores the unique perspectives offered by organizational and social psychology regarding the dynamics of labor unions.

Building More Effective Unions

Building More Effective Unions

Author: Paul F. Clark

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801458460

Category: Political Science

Page: 230

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Paul F. Clark believes union leaders should take advantage of the valuable discoveries made in behavioral science to make their organizations more effective and, in Building More Effective Unions, he offers an accessible and straightforward account of how they can do so. The second edition provides an updated discussion of important lessons behavioral science holds for labor organizations. It also provides new examples of how unions and their leaders have benefited from putting the principles outlined in the first edition into practice.