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"Legislation by Collective Bargaining" by Gilbert Y. Steiner
The first detailed description and analysis of the "agreed bill" process,
through which representatives of management and labor seek to work
out a pattern for legislative action through negotiation.
This is a study of a way in which state labor laws are enacted and
changed, using Illinois Unemployment Compensation Legislation as the
The book follows unemployment compensation legislation from initial
agreement and enactment in 1937 through the last meeting of the Illinois
State Legislature in 1951. It shows the successes and failures of collective
bargaining for legislation.
Single copies of these Institute Bulletins are available \vithout cost to
individuals and groups in Illinois. A charge of ten cents a copy is made for
additional copies and for requests outside the State.
Health Programs in Collective Bargaining
Unions, Management, and Industrial Safety
Recent Trends in Occupational Disease Legislation
What Tests Can Do for Industry
Who's Too Old to Work
Trends and Problems in Unemployment Insurance