Examines the history, contemporary practice, and policy issues of non-union employee representation in the USA and Canada. The text encompasses many organizational devices that are organized for the purposes of representing employees on a range of production, quality, and employment issues.

chapter 1|16 pages


ByBruce E. Kaufman, Daphne Gottlieb Taras

part 1|128 pages

History: The United States and Canada

part 2|74 pages


chapter 7|27 pages

An Economic Analysis of Employee Representation

ByBruce E. Kaufman, David I. Levine

chapter 8|20 pages

Nonunion Representational Forms: An Organizational Behavior Perspective

ByTove Helland Hammer

chapter 9|25 pages

Nonunion Employee Representation: A Legal/Policy Perspective

BySamuel Estreicher

part 3|142 pages

Contemporary Practice

part 4|87 pages

International Perspectives

chapter 17|21 pages

Nonunion Representation in Germany

ByJohn T. Addison, Claus Schnabel, Joachim Wagner

chapter 18|24 pages

Nonunion Employee Representation in Japan

ByMotohiro Morishima, Tsuyoshi Tsuru

part 5|16 pages

Practitioner Commentary: Employers

chapter 20|4 pages

Employee Involvement and Section 8(a)(2): EFCO Manufacturing

ByChris Fuldner

chapter 22|4 pages

Nonunion Employee Representation at Dofasco

ByMark Harshaw

part 6|14 pages

Practitioner Commentary: Employees

chapter 23|5 pages

Delta Personnel Board Council

ByCathy Cone

chapter 25|4 pages

Nonunion Employee Representation at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

ByKevin MacDougall

part 7|4 pages

Practitioner Commentary: Labor Attorney

chapter 26|2 pages

The Section 8(a)(2) Debate: A Management Attorney's Perspective

ByAndrew M. Kramer

part 8|26 pages

Practitioner Commentary: Organized Labor

chapter 28|13 pages

Employer-Employee Committees: A Union Perspective

ByJonathan P. Hiatt, Laurence E. Gold

part 9|13 pages

Policymaker Commentary

chapter 29|5 pages

Electromation: An Opportunity Lost or Just Postponed?

ByJohn N. Raudabaugh

chapter 30|6 pages

A Canadian Policymaker's Perspective on Nonunion Representation

ByAndrew Sims

part 10|33 pages


chapter 31|31 pages

Nonunion Employee Representation: Findings and Conclusions

ByBruce E. Kaufman, Daphne Gottlieb Taras