Labor-management relations within the Federal sector: its evolvement and application.
Cope, Ronald P.
Creighton, John W.
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This thesis examines labor-management relations within the federal government and particularly the United States Navy. It accomplishes this by tracing the evolution of organized labor's growth and influence during its early history. It familiarizes the reader with the establishment of organized labor institutions within the federal government including operation under an Executive Order environment. Various statistics are providing supporting statements of growth and organizational sophistication. Examples of labor-management field experience are described to further familiarize the reader with United States Navy Office of Civilian Manpower Management policies regarding labor0relations management. Finally, current initiatives modifying existing Executive Order procedures or replacing them with Congressional legislation are examined. Conclusions and recommendations of questions requiring further study are offered where justified.
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