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Relations industrielles

Volume 44, Number 3, 1989

Table of contents (21 articles)

Articles

  1. Difficultés de recrutement dans les PME québécoise: Quelques causes et solutions possibles
  2. Telephone Workers' Reaction to the New Technology
  3. Negotiating Wage Settlements: A Structural Approach
  4. Les limites du modèle-type du fonctionnement des cercles de qualité
  5. After the Strike: Changing the Teacher-Board Relationship
  6. Racial Minorities and Affirmative Action/Employment Equity Législation in Canada
  7. The Systems Approach as Theory for Multinational Industrial Relations in Developing Countries
  8. The Political Consequences of Unemployment: An Application of the "Power Model" of Blue-Collar Radicalism
  9. Office Automation: A Review of the Litterature

Droit du travail

  1. Les accords "atypiques" et le droit des rapports collectifs du travail

Discussion

  1. Human Resources Management Examines itself and its Limitations
  2. Décisions rendues par le Conseil canadien des relations du travail
  3. Changements dans les législations du travail au Canada

Recensions / Book Reviews

  1. Publications récentes
  2. Livres reçus

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