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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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ON JULY 26, 1974, in his last official act as president of the United States, Richard M.Nixon signed Public Law 93-360. Read the first page
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