Labor Relations Practices of Selected Companies

Manolo Logroño Anto


The purpose of this study was to assess the existing labor relations practices of selected companies as basis for development of labor relations program. This paper tests a hypothesis that there is no significant difference in the extent of use of labor relations tools when the selected companies were classified as large, medium, and small. In conclusion, companies recognized that effective implementation of labor relations is a partner to enhance individual efficiency and to improve organizational productivity. They believed that collective bargaining promotes harmonious employer-employee relationship. However, they are reluctant in arbitration as a mode of labor dispute settlement which by its nature dissimilar from a court proceedings. While arbitration has some disadvantages as cited, it has even more advantages which justify the wholeness of a company’s labor relations program.

Keywords: employee discipline and privacy, collective bargaining, grievance machinery, arbitration, occupational health and safety

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