By David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman, Paul J. Gollan
Quantity 20 of Advances in business and exertions kin (AILR) includes seven papers that care for vital points of employment relationships in a number of industries, international locations and learn contexts. the 1st 3 papers, each one of which analyzes the consequences of an exogenous variable (e.g., monetary adversity, globalization, and new know-how, respectively) on labor-management relatives, have particular industry/sector settings, specifically, pubic colleges (primary education), civil aviation and nursing houses (health care), respectively. the 1st and 3rd of those papers are set within the united states, the second one in Britain. the subsequent 4 papers, every one of which analyzes the consequences of enacted or pondered laws on particular features of labor-management kin and office dispute answer, are set in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the united states, respectively. The examine designs featured in those papers comprise quasi-experimental, case experiences, interviews, surveys and simultaneous equation modeling.
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This use of an internal labor market allowed the culture of collaboration to be carried on seamlessly by allowing trust to be built between leaders who knew each other and worked together for years. Community Engagement. Most of these districts have engaged the community through involvement of community or parent groups in school-based governance structures, or in district-level planning processes. Some have also involved the community in special programs such as reading, experimental schools, or in establishing community schools.
These case studies – ABC Uniﬁed School District, Cerritos, California; Hillsborough, Florida; Norfolk, Virginia; Plattsburgh, New York; St. Francis, Minnesota; and Toledo, Ohio – come from across the country, are both urban and rural, large and small. The six districts included in this study were not selected randomly and are not intended to be a representative sample of all school districts nationally. Rather, the AFT recognized these districts as having a lengthy track record of innovation, and because they appear to have institutionalized a long-term collaborative partnership between administration and the local teachers’ union centered around school improvement, student achievement, and teacher quality.
In some cases this meant technical assistance in areas such as reading programs, or researchbased professional development programs from AFT’s ER&D department. In other cases this meant training in collaborative techniques at AFT’s CSI, leadership training at AFT’s Union Leadership Institute, or educational opportunities at the AFT’s biannual QuEST conference. Several of the cases also reported beneﬁting from the resources AFT provided through its Innovation Fund that supports initiatives for school improvement.
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations by David Lewin, Bruce E. Kaufman, Paul J. Gollan