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SOURCE Overland Resource Group
Conflict and Collaboration Significantly Impact US Competitiveness, say Labor-Management Experts at Overland Resource Group
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Dec. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 2013 was a mixed bag in terms of headline-making industry and union disputes, according to this year's "Best & Worst of Labor-Management Relations" list released by Overland Resource Group.
"While there weren't as many high profile strikes in 2013 as there were in 2012 (the NFL, NHL, Hostess, etc.), there were still many deeply and historically conflicted relationships between labor and management that are causing America – and many Americans -- to suffer economically," said Robert Hughes, president of the Kansas City-based labor-management consulting firm. "Fortunately, there are some shining examples of successful collaboration that others can learn from."
Based on criteria such as measurable positive outcomes or negative impacts, innovative or antiquated approaches, and leadership vision, Overland named the following among the "best":
Among the "worst":
Among the "Jury's-Still-Out":
About Overland Resource Group
For more than 30 years, Overland Resource Group has been helping joint labor and management clients transform adversarial relationships into collaborative ones, enabling them to drive and sustain operational and work life improvements.
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