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Future of Worker Representation

Опубликовано на портале: 20-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, cерия "The Future of Work", 334 с.
representation gap has appeared in the British workplace as trade unions have declined. This book presents original research material from the ESRC's Future of Work programme to assess current attempts to close the representation gap. Part One examines initiatives to restore the fortunes of the trade union movement through organizing, partnership and the representation of minorities in the workforce. Part Two looks at non-union representation and the role that works councils, voluntary organizations and single-issue campaigns can play in giving British workers a new voice at work.

Introduction

PART ONE: DEVELOPMENTS IN TRADE UNION REPRESENTATION

Union Organising in Britain: A Survey of Recent Developments; E.Heery, M.Simms & R.Delbridge

Partnership for Learning: UNISON's Return to Learn Programme; A.Munro & H.Rainbird

High Performance Work Systems and Workplace Partnership: An Aerospace Case Study; A.Danford, M.Richardson, M.Upchurch, S.Tailby & P.Stewart

Minority Women and Trade Unions: Handling the Double Disadvantage; H.Bradley, G.Healy & N.Mukherjee

Needing a New Programme? Union Membership and Attitudes Towards Unions Amongst Software Workers; C.Lockyer & A.Marks

Unionism, Non-unionism and Workers' Attitudes to Representation in Four Call-centres; P.Bain, G.Gall, K.Gilbert & P.Taylor

PART TWO: DEVELOPMENT IN NON-UNION REPRESENTATION

The Emerging System of Statutory Worker Representation; M.Hall & M.Terry

Campaigning for Low Paid Workers: The East London Communities Organisation (TELCO) Living Wage Campaign; J.Wills

The Future of Worker Representation in the United Kingdom; W.Brown, G.Healy, E.Heery & P.Taylor