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TC Contents Introduction Section I. Public Personnel Administration Part 1. History and Politics 1. The Triumph of Techniques over Purpose Wallace Sayre 2. The Neutrality of the Public Service David M. Levitan 3. Civil Service Versus Merit Bernard L. Gladieux 4. Public Personnel: Agenda for the Sixties Felix A. Nigro Part 2. Institutions, Functions and Process 5. Understanding Attitudes Toward Public Employment H. George Frederickson 6. Politics and Merit: Can They Meet in a Public Service Model? Patricia W. Ingraham and Carolyn Ban 7. Merit Pay in the Public Sector: The Case for a Failure of Theory James L. Perry 8. The Dangers of Participative Management: A Test of Unexamined Assumptions Concerning Employee Involvement Nicholas P. Lovrich, Jr. 9. The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Workplace: Management's Responsibilities in AIDS-Related Situations James D. Slack 10. Drug Testing in Public Agencies: Public Policy Issues and Managerial Responses Donald E. Klingner, Nancy G. O'Neill, and Mohamed Gamal Sabet Part 3. Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Representative Bureaucracy 11. Mini-Symposium on Affirmative Action in Employment: Introduction Lloyd G. Nigro 12. Mini-Symposium on Affirmative Action in Employment: Some Concluding Observations Lloyd G. Nigro 13. Minorities and Women in State and Local Government: 1973¿1975 N. Joseph Cayer and Lee Sigelman 14. Symposium on Minorities in Public Administration Adam W. Herbert 15. Symposium on Women in Public Administration Nesta M. Gallas 16. Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Backward: The Status of Women's Integration into Public Management Mary Ellen Guy 17. Equal Pay for Comparable Work: Stimulus for Future Civil Service Reform Lois Friss Part 4. Civil Service Reform 18. A Symposium on Civil Service Reform James S. Bowman 19. The Politics of Civil Service Reform Felix A. Nigro 20. The Winter Commission Report: Deregulation and Public Personnel Administration Frank J. Thompson 21. Reinventing the Federal Civil Service: Drivers of Change Carolyn Ban Part 5. Legal Developments 22. The Public Employment Relationship and the Supreme Court in the 1980s David H. Rosenbloom 23. Due Process and Public Personnel Management Deborah D. Goldman 24. Curbing Patronage without Paperasserie Christopher Daniel 25. Drug Testing in the Public Sector: A Legal Analysis Norma M. Riccucci 26. The Legal Evolution of Sexual Harassment Robert D. Lee, Jr. and Paul S. Greenlaw Section II. Public Sector Labor Relations Part 6. History and Politics 27. Whitleyism and Collective Bargaining Sterling D. Spero 28. Collective Negotiations in the Public Service: The Implications for Public Administration Felix A. Nigro 29. Bilateralism and the Merit Principle Paul M. Camp and W. Richard Lomax. 30. Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining in Government Agencies: A Panel Discussion 31. Public Sector Labor Relations: Agent of Change in American Industrial Relations? George T. Sulzner Part 7. Collective Bargaining, Impasse Resolution and Strikes 32. Collective Bargaining in Public Employment: Form and Scope Sterling D. Spero 33. A Union View of Collective Bargaining in the Public Service Arnold S. Zander 34. The New Dimensions of the Strike Question Gordon T. Nesvig 35. Public Sector Collective Bargaining: Is the Glass Half Full, Half Empty or Broken? Donald E. Klingner 36. Public Employee Unionization and Collective Bargaining in the Southeast Richard C. Kearney Part 8. Employee Participation and Labor Management Cooperation 37. A New Frontier for Employee-Management Cooperation in Government Emmett R. Rushin 38. Union-Management Partnership in the U.S. Department of Labor Jim Armshaw, David G. Carnevale, and Bruce Waltuck 39. Labor-Management Relations and Participative Decision Making: Toward a New Paradigm Richard C. Kearney and Steven W. Hays Part 9. Critical Developments in Public Sector Labor Relations 40. "Last Hired, First Fired" and Public Employee Layoffs: The Equal Employment Opportunity Dilemma Robert N. Roberts 41. Bumping, Blocking and Bargaining: The Effect of Layoffs on Employees and Unions Wilbur C. Rich 42. Mandatory Subjects of Bargaining: What Public Employee Relation Boards and the Courts are Deciding Joan Pynes About the Editor Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Public administration -- United States -- Personnel management.
Civil service -- United States -- Personnel management.
Industrial relations -- Government policy -- United States.