The Second Edition of How to Cost Your Labor Contract provides an in-depth examination of costing issues from experts in academics, negotiation, and labor arbitration. The publication of the new edition was announced today by BNA Books, a division of specialized news and information publisher BNA.
The new Second Edition includes:
How to Cost Your Labor Contract, Second Edition offers the most comprehensive, easy-to-understand explanation on how to calculate the economic impact of wages, benefits, and work practices for anyone who is involved in labor contract costing. Few, if any, publications reach the level of sophistication and depth of this volume.
Michael H. Granof, co-author of How to Cost Your Labor Contract, Second Edition, has been a professor of accounting at University of Texas, Austin, TX, since 1972. His research and teaching interests include accounting in governmental and nonprofit organizations and financial accounting.
Jay E. Grenig, co-author of How to Cost Your Labor Contract, Second Edition, is a professor of law at Marquette University Law School, where he teaches alternative dispute resolution and civil procedure. From 1972 through 1977, he was in the private practice of law in San Mateo and San Francisco, and since 1977, he has served as an arbitrator in over 3,000 public- and private-sector cases.
Moira J. Kelly, co-author of How to Cost Your Labor Contract, Second Edition, is an adjunct assistant professor at Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI, and president of Kelly Consulting LLC, New Berlin, WI, a firm that concentrates in consulting and training on dispute resolution, labor relations, and organization effectiveness.
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