For anyone involved in labor contract costing, this handbook explains how to calculate the economic impact of wages, benefits, and work practices and make persuasive presentations. In clear and easy-to-understand language, it presents a sophisticated costing methodology for preparing and responding to costing proposals during negotiation and bargaining. It also covers how to use technology to improve bargaining, a step-by-step outline of how to prepare for negotiations, how to apply interest-based bargaining techniques to the economic components of negotiation, arbitrators’ key considerations in deciding economic components of public sector collective bargaining disputes, and much more.
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An in-depth, expert examination of the costing issues critical to both labor and management.
For a full generation, How to Cost Your Labor Contract has served as the labor-relations and finance manager's choice for advice on assessing contract proposals with regard to a company's overall goals. Now, with the publication of the all-new Second Edition, this trusted guide continues to be 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. While most previously published information on costing amounts to only a few pages of coverage in textbooks on collective bargaining and labor relations, few, if any, publications reach the level of sophistication and depth on this topic as the Second Edition of How to Cost Your Labor Contract. Key additions to this handbook include:
Each of the authors of the Second Edition—a highly regarded accounting professor, an experienced chief spokesperson for labor negotiations, and a top labor arbitrator—bring a critical point of view to the book that makes it truly unique. You’ll find How to Cost Your Labor Contract melds their expertise in academics, negotiation, and labor arbitration into a well-rounded, complete perspective that will continue to be the reference of first resort on the topic of costing.
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