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Mediation in Collective Labor Conflicts

Edited by: Martin Euwema, Francisco Jose Medina, Ana Belen Garcia, Erica Pender

ISBN13: 9783319925301
To be Published: November 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £44.99



This book opens up the black box of mediation in collective conflicts through the analyses and comparisons of various systems. Mediation and related third party interventions such as facilitation and conciliation are discussed as effective prevention and regulation tools for different types of collective labor conflicts. These interventions fit in a new developed five-phase model of collective conflicts in organizations, going from capacity building in latent conflicts, through mediation and arbitration in escalating phases, to rebuilding of trust after hot conflicts.

The authors promote understanding and discussion with regards to labor mediation systems, presenting comparative research on the perspectives of mediators and users of mediation. This book describes and analyses laws, regulations and practices of mediation in seventeen countries, with a relative strong emphasis on European countries. Europe is represented by chapters on collective labor mediation in Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Australia, China, India, South Africa and the USA.

The book offers indepth analyses, good practices and offers new ways to go for third party intervention in collective labor conflicts in a changing environment. This book is a must-read for policy makers, social partners at different levels, as well as scholars and practitioners in industrial relations, human resources management and conflict management.

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
Part I: Mediation in collective labor conflicts: opening the black box
Chapter 1. Introduction chapter (Ana Belen Garcia)
Chapter 2. How to describe different mediation systems and practices: 3-R model to describe and analyze mediation in collective organizational conflicts, as well as the 4 phases model? (Erica Pender )- Part II: Mediation in collective labor conflicts: systems and practices in Europe
Chapter 3. Mediation in Belgium (Tijs Besieux)
Chapter 4. Mediation in Denmark (Hans Jurgen Limborg)
Chapter 5. Mediation in Estonia (Mare Teichmann)
Chapter 6. Mediation in France (Aurelien Colson)
Chapter 7. Mediation in Germany (Klaus Harnack)
Chapter 8. Mediation in Italy (Andrea Caputo)
Chapter 9. Mediation in the Netherlands(Katalien Bollen)
Chapter 10. Mediation in Poland (Barbara Kozusznik)
Chapter 11. Mediation in the UK (Kristina Potocnik)
Chapter 12. Mediation in Romania (Dragos Iliescu)
Chapter 13. Mediation in Spain (Francisco Jose Medina)
Chapter 14. Comparative analysis of Mediation in Europe(Patricia Elgoibar)
Part III: Mediation in collective labor conflicts: systems and practices globally
Chapter 15. Mediation in India (Ernesto Noronha)
Chapter 16. Mediation in China (Wei Huang)
Chapter 17. Mediation in the USA (Stephen)
Chapter 18. Mediation in Nigeria (Cyriacus Ngirwa)
Chapter 19. Mediation in Australia (Mark Bray)
Part IV: Mediation in collective labor conflicts: Trends and Challenges
Chapter 20. Mediation in collective labor conflicts globally (Francisco Jose Medina)
Chapter 21. From intervention to prevention in collective labor conflicts (Martin Euwema).