Private vs Public Sector of the Canadian Economy
A review of the private sector versus public sector argument with respect to labour relations and collective bargaining.
# 88889 | 900 words | 3 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Canadian Studies (Business Issues) , Canadian Studies (Economics and Finance) , Canadian Studies (Labor Studies) , Canadian Studies (General)
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This paper discusses the common-refrain of the Conference Board of Canada to report that private-sector unions and management are becoming more likely to pull "closer together for the sake of survival" in the newer global economy. The paper points out that in the public sector the Board generally reports that relations are worsening. It continues that despite the fact that strife garners much more in the way of headlines than agreements negotiated good faith, the Board's statement that private-sector unions are making more of an effort to work with employers is ideological in that it creates a spin pressuring unions to reduce demands in the name of tax cuts.
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