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When Health Care Employees Strike: A Guide for Planning and Action [Paperback]

Kenneth F. Kruger , Norman Metzger

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Feb. 14 2002 0787961000 978-0787961008 2
This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of When Health Care Employees Strike is an essential survival guide for health care administrators who must plan for and cope with the inevitable labor dispute. Written by Kenneth Kruger and Norman Metzger-- two experts in the field of health care labor relations-- this much-needed resource includes the critical information and useful strategies health care executives must have in order to be properly prepared. The authors provide detailed information on labor law, an analysis of the different types of disputes, advice on how to use mediation effectively, suggestions for assessing manpower needs before a strike occurs, and ideas for preparing contingency plans. In addition to presenting information on ways to prevent strikes, the book also contains a comprehensive step-by-step manual to ensure health care organizations can continue operation during a labor dispute.

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"This excellent book, written by two very smart friends of mine, should be read by labor relations professionals, human resources professionals, their colleagues, and the people they work for in health care."
— Bruce McIver, president, League of Voluntary Hospitals and Homes of New York

"Essential reading for anyone in health care who might experience a labor dispute."
— Sidney D. Seligman, senior vice president of human resources, Saint Barnabas Health Care System

"This book is a must for all those in health care leadership positions."
— Gary Rosenberg, senior vice president, Mount Sinai NYU Health

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"This excellent book, written by two very smart friends of mine, should be read by labor relations professionals, human resources professionals, their colleagues, and the people they work for in health care."
— Bruce McIver, president, League of Voluntary Hospitals and Homes of New York

"Essential reading for anyone in health care who might experience a labor dispute."
— Sidney D. Seligman, senior vice president of human resources, Saint Barnabas Health Care System

"This book is a must for all those in health care leadership positions."
— Gary Rosenberg, senior vice president, Mount Sinai NYU Health


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