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The collaborative efforts of William H. Holley, Kenneth M. Jennings, and Roger S. Wolters bring nearly a century of experience to the table in their successful textbook The Labor Relations Process, ISBN 9780324421446. This comprehensive book introduces students to the history of labor from its foundation to more modern and ever-changing fads with...
The collaborative efforts of William H. Holley, Kenneth M. Jennings, and Roger S. Wolters bring nearly a century of experience to the table in their successful textbook The Labor Relations Process, ISBN 9780324421446. This comprehensive book introduces students to the history of labor from its foundation to more modern and ever-changing fads with reference to government, white-collar, and international realms. Relatable examples and quotations from experts in the field help students gain insight into the relationship between management and labor with direct attention to significant members in the process, as well as the rights and duties of those members. The leading expert in this text is that of William H. Holley. Receiving his doctorate from the University of Alabama, for over 30 years he has acted as an arbitrator in most major industries, from airlines to professional sports to the postal service. Holley also has experience teaching labor relations, collective bargaining, and arbitration for 32 years at Auburn University. He is also a veteran in the writing arena serving on the editorial board of the Journal of Management. Holley has also co-authored several texts including Personal/Human Resource Management and Labor Relations: An Experiential and Case Approach.William H. Holley, Kenneth M. Jennings, and Roger S. Wolters organize the contents of The Labor Relations Process across four parts and 14 chapters. Part 1 serves as an introduction entitled 'Recognizing Rights and Responsibilities of Unions and Management.' Part 2 provides students with information on 'The Bargaining Process and Outcomes' while part 3 discusses 'Administering the Labor Agreement.' Part 4 concludes this book by presenting students with the subject of 'Applying the Labor Relations Process to Different Labor Relations Systems.'
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