Shop Stewards" Guide to the Use of Company Information (Practical Guide to Industrial Relations, 5)
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Shop Stewards" Guide to the Use of Company Information (Practical Guide to Industrial Relations, 5)

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Published by Spokesman Books .
Written in English


  • Industrial relations,
  • Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11597439M
ISBN 100851242375
ISBN 109780851242378

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this is a wonderful book if you are union leader or plan on becoming book shows you how to fight management the proper way and win your you are a devoted union member and would like to learn more of the do's and don' this is the book for you district council 37 local 4life!!shop to be your next powerful union leader!!.know your union history under /5(24). Dear Brothers and Sisters, Congratulations on Becoming a Local Shop Steward! Welcome to the first edition of our Shop Steward’s Manual which was adapted from Teamsters Canada’s Steward’s Manual: Informed stewards = strong and effective unions. This book, which covers many subjects, is meant to be a guide and support tool to help you with the very important work on the floor and outside File Size: KB. NALC SHOP STEWARD'S GUIDE 4 REVISED: September 7, 8) Make an official information request to secure copies of the information which is necessary for the grievance (or possible gr iev anc e). Thi s reques t shoul d be bas ed on the i nput from the File Size: KB. I strongly recommend The Union Steward's Complete Guide to any union in this country which takes steward education Guide contains a wealth of user- friendly information which is especially useful to new stewards and other union representatives. It is effectively written, attractively laid out, and covers the entire terrain.

• factory/mine or shop • company • industry • nationally Since the beginning of the factory system (often referred to as industrial capitalism) over years ago, workers have struggled to form unions. The trade union has fought to protect and further the interests of workers all . The OPEIU Leadership/Shop Steward Guide provides training materials and resources for local union shop stewards, staff and emerging leaders. member, and working on union business, you are management’s equal. You have power, use it. Be responsible, credible and a good employee. You’re setting an example. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SHOP STEWARD The Shop Steward has a very important job within the Local Union Structure – to help strengthen the Union by providing leadership at the worksite. This involves 6 key functions: 1. Sign-up non-members at your worksite. The Local office will provide you with a list of non-members at your worksite. Preface. This book is specifically intended for shop stewards. Its purpose is to encourage and motivate shop stewards to believe in themselves and also to lay a founda- tion in their capacity building as far as labour relations law are concerned. This book is intended to provide shop stewards with the very basics of labour law in order for them to have at least a workable knowledge Size: KB.

The shop steward cannot simply do as he likes - he is still subject to the direction and control of the employer. It must be remembered that a shop steward is first and foremost an employee of the company, and he is paid a salary to do a certain job for the company in . The duties of a shop steward are part of the balancing act between the wishes of management and the needs of organized labor. The steward's responsibilities, though, are to the union and the members of the collective bargaining unit. As the representative of a labor organization to both management and the union members in the workplace, a shop steward works as a facilitator and a mediator. How to Become a Shop Steward. A shop steward plays a vital role in a unionized workplace. He is responsible for ensuring that the rights of workers are protected and that management adheres to the terms of its collective bargaining agreement. If a union member has a grievance or believes the work environment is not. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Shop Stewards Guide. Allied Trades Council (New York, N.Y.) Caslon Press, Incorporated - Leather workers - 63 pages. 0 .