ERIC Number: ED408418
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Jun
Reference Count: N/A
Building the New Workplace for the 21st Century.
Looking Ahead, v18 n1 Jun 1996
This serial issue, which is devoted to the challenges that recent changes in the U.S. workplace pose for society and labor-management relations, contains nine papers focusing on the following aspects of building a new workplace for the 21st century: historical and current perspectives; workforce and workplace changes; education and training of the workforce; the effects of dislocation and trade; and predicting what lies ahead. The following papers are included: "Meeting the Challenges Created by New Workplace Changes" (Malcolm R. Lovell, Jr.); "Building the New Workplace for the 21st Century: An Introduction" (James A. Auerbach); "The Evolution of U.S. Labor-Management Relations" (Thomas J. Schneider, John R. Stepp); "Downsizing and Employment Insecurity" (Harry C. Katz); "Skills and the Education Level of U.S. Workers" (Laurie J. Bassi); "School-to-Work Systems: Redesigning U.S. Education for the 21st Century" (J.D. Hoye, Steven Tegger); "Continuing the Search for a 'New Covenant' for America's Dislocated Workers" (Sheldon Friedman, Jane McDonald-Pines); "Implications of the New Employment Systems" (Peter Cappelli); and "New Guidelines for Labor-Management Cooperation" (Allan D. Gilmour). (MN)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Dislocated Workers, Education Work Relationship, Educational Attainment, Educational Trends, Employer Employee Relationship, Employment Patterns, Employment Projections, Employment Qualifications, Futures (of Society), International Trade, Job Skills, Job Training, Labor Force, Labor Force Development, Labor Supply, Postsecondary Education, Professional Associations, Secondary Education, Strategic Planning, Vocational Education, Work Environment
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Planning Association, Washington, DC.