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Interest-Based Collective Bargaining: A Success Story


Brenda L. Kennedy

January 1, 1999

The author examines when interest-based bargaining works and when it doesn’t; traditional and new approaches; how to implement interest-based bargaining; and provides a case study of mutual-gains bargaining in action in an Ontario gold mining company.

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