Managing Industrial Relations through Public Relations and Collective Bargaining

Chukwuma Anyanwu, Otega Okinono


Public relations are, perhaps, the most invisible aspect of business communication known to man. The reason is because, though it is called public relations, its activities are hardly public. The only time it is seen in action is when there is disaster or crisis. This is because success is taken for granted and is hardly acknowledged.

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