The New Unionism

The New Unionism

Employee Involvement in the Changing Corporation with a New Introduction

In his visionary analysis, Charles Heckscher argues for "associational unionism," a model outside the tradition of American labor law. Rejecting the usual boundary between workers and management, Heckscher defines a genuinely new system of representation that encourages multilateral negotiation involving management, different groups of employees, and other interested parties, such as consumers or environmentalists. The New Unionism, a Twentieth Century Fund Book, was first published in 1988. This edition includes a new introduction by the author in which he reviews the significance of recent economic and political trends and addresses some of the criticisms of the concept of an associational union.




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The New Unionism
Employee Involvement in the Changing Corporation with a New Introduction
Charles Heckscher, Charles C. Heckscher

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A Century Foundation Book

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