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Published by Unit for Futures Research, University of Stellenbosch in Stellenbosch [South Africa] .
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  • Industrial relations -- South Africa -- Congresses.,
  • Labor -- South Africa -- Congresses.,
  • Manpower policy -- South Africa -- Congresses.

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Includes bibliographies.

StatementE. Dostal, editor.
SeriesUFR occ. paper ;, 80/5
ContributionsDostal, E.
LC ClassificationsHD8801.A5 L3 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 95 leaves :
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3243860M
ISBN 100908422717
LC Control Number83159411

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Introduction This book is about two polemical issues in labour studies, namely, the notions and determinants of labour productivity and flexibility. This book attempts to develop the notion of labour input flexibility or the capacity of workers to adapt to changes in the environment and its relation with labour productivity. “Labour relations quality at branch or firm levels is key to productive performance”. And that “ the evidence of such good relations lies in the existence of binding CBAs at firm levels”. In particular: Workforce or union opposition has a negative significant impact on Total Factor Productivity (TFP). 1. The Relationship between Training with Labor Productivity Table: The Relationship between Training with Labor Productivity Training Labor Productivity Total p value OR Cl 95% Good No good n () %N Good 60 No good 90 90 10 10 Total 70 Author: Syukra Alhamda. Since the publication, in , of Industrial Relations in the Building Industry, by William Haber, virtually no general analysis has been made of the labor relations problems in the construction is the major objective of the present volume to fill at least a part of this gap. While a number of labor-management problems are analyzed in some detail, the central focus of this study is.

Labor Productivity and Vocational Training: Evidence from Europe* In this paper we show that vocational training is an important determinant of productivity growth. We construct a multi-country, multi-sectoral dataset, and quantify empirically to what extent vocational training has contributed to increase the growth rate of labor productivity in. Employee!andLabor! Relations! [Type!the!documentsubtitle]!!! Employee!Relations,!Classification!&!Compensation Office!of!Human!Resources! Oregon!State!University! labour union can foster systematic and periodic training and d direct relations to each other studies reported a positive association between training and employee productivity. EFFECT OF LABOUR RELATIONS ON WORKER PRODUCTIVITY ABSTRACT This study examines the effect of labour relations on workers productivity in an organization using 7 up Bottling Company Nigeria Plc. as a case study. Labour relations is a group of workers organize in the work place to mediate the interest of members in an organization. Highly motivated union increase productivity in .

OCLC Number: Notes: "This volume constitutes the Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the McGill University Industrial Relations Centre held in Montréal April 1, 2, and 3, "- . A Critical Literature Review of Labour Productivity in Building Construction Biren Patel1, Prof J. J. Bhavsar2, exploration, skill and training, labour organization, project uniqueness and wage trends. He strongly agreed that technology exploration will increase the productivity.   Vocational training and productivity Vocational training and productivity. Due to their contribution to the development of skills and competencies, vocational training institutions are a source of comparative advantages to promote the growth in productivity and reflect such growth in more and better jobs. A better access to relevant. Factors affecting labour productivity in building project in the Gaza strip. In this paper, author gives us factors affecting the labour productivity. The productivity is a dominant issue in the constructor field. Productivity depends on time and motion. It is an issue in both the developing and developed countries.