Description - European Trade Unions by Mike Rigby
During the last two decades, trade unions in the European Union have faced an increasingly hostile environment, conditioned by growing globalization and structural changes in the contemporary European economies. This book considers the problems this new environment poses for trade unions and, in particular, the responses they have been developing to these problems. The volume: explores the extent to which European Industrial Relations systems are converging explores what has been the unions' reaction to changes in the economic environment includes studies from key sectors: electronics, food manufacturing, banking and public administration compares trade unions in these sectors in five of Europe's most important economies: Germany, the UK, Spain, Italy and Denmark Taken together this illustrates the most important, distinct industrial relations tendencies in Europe. Manuel Perez Yruela and Rafael Serrano del Rosal, both of Universitario de Servicios Multiples, Cordoba, Spain; Rosario Morillo Balodo, AFX-ASIA, Makati City, Phillipines
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(234mm x 156mm x 19mm)
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