|Industrial relations and I Guide - Resources and Review
|Offers original articles and features about human resources management, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject|
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include benefits, compensation, health and safety, human resource associations, industrial relations, legal issues, and training.
|AUT is a trade union and professional association representing all types of professional staff across the UK higher education sectors. Includes news, press releases, economic reports, and a campaigns archive with details of AUT responses to major events and reports, such as the UK Budget and the Dearing Report.|| |
|Trade union working to defend and improve the interests of people working in the public services and essential industries. Represents workers employed in local government, health care, higher education, electricity, gas, water, public transport, police authorities, and the voluntary sector.|| |
|Information on workers' rights.|| |
|Examines issues affecting the economy as well as social and private behaviour. Research topics, relating to both US and international data, include supply and demand of labour services, labour markets and economics, demographics, unions and collective bargaining, personnel economics, distribution of income, and applied and policy issues in labour economics. Tables of contents and abstracts are available.|| |
|Information for employers and employees on the implications of the minimum wage law signed by President Clinton on August 20th 1996. The page includes the history of the minimum wage, an analysis of its impact on working people, information for employers, details of employee rights, information on individual state minimum wage laws and details of amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act.|| |
|Aim is to promote the rights and welfare of those in work and to campaign for policies which help the unemployed in their search for quality jobs.|| |
|IIR is a research unit of the University of California at Berkeley. It brings together staff from several academic departments and supports multi|
disciplinary research into labour and employment relations. The Institute also sponsors numerous community service programs including the California Public Employee Relations, Center for Labor Research and Education, the Labor Project for Working Families, and the National Center for the Workplace. It publishes the academic journal, Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society.
|This electronic journal publishes research in applied economics, finance, industrial relations, politics, psychology, statistics, marketing, corporate strategy and operations management.|| |
|The mission of ACAS is to improve the performance and effectiveness of organisations by providing an independent and impartial service to prevent and resolve disputes and to build harmonious relationships at work.|| |
|Offers keyword searchable information and analysis on developments in industrial relations within the fifteen member countries of the European Union. Also provides access to an archive of the bimonthly EIRObserver bulletin, available as PDF or ZIP files.|| |