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eBook Working for the Union: British Trade Union Officers (Cambridge Studies in Management) ePub

by Edmund Heery,John Kelly

  • ISBN: 052111540X
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Edmund Heery,John Kelly
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 2, 2009)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1659 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1271 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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British Trade Union Officers. Working for the Union. John Kelly, Edmund Heery.

British Trade Union Officers. Cambridge Studies in Management. John Kelly, London School of Economics and Political Science, Edmund Heery. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.

Kelly, John and Heery, Edmund 1989. This book provides a unique body of evidence that throws new light on this claim, and casts serious doubt on its validity. Full-time Officers and Trade Union Recruitment. This book is a study of the relationship between full-time union officials and shop stewards across the whole of British industry (public and private, manufacturing and services) in 1986–91. It is the first major study of union officials for 20 years, and one of the most detailed studies of workplace collective bargaining and union organisation following the recession of the early 1980s.

John Kelley and Edmund Heery's excellent study of full-time trade union officers, Working for the Union, goes a long wa. .It has a clear theoretical project, it is methodologically sophisticated, and it fills a major gap in our understanding of British trade unions. provides an unparalleled picture of the work of trade union officers.

This book is a study of the relationship between full-time union officials and shop stewards across the whole of British .

This book is a study of the relationship between full-time union officials and shop stewards across the whole of British industry in 1986-87. It is the first major study of union officials for twenty years, and one of the most detailed studies of workplace collective bargaining and union organization following the recession of the early 1980s.

Working for the Union book. This book is a study of the relationship between full-time union officials and shop stewards across the whole of British industry in 1986-87.

John Kelly, Edmund Heery. Series: Cambridge Studies in Management. File: PDF, . 8 MB. Читать онлайн.

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Additional Product Features. Professor Edmund Heery, John E. Kelly. Place of Publication. Management & Business: General.

Also by Edmund Heery. MANAGEMENT CONTROL AND UNION POWER: A Study of Labour Relations in Coal Mining (with Christine Edwards) WORKING FOR THE UNION: British Trade Union Officers (with John Kelly). Trade Unions and their Members

Also by Edmund Heery. Trade Unions and their Members. Studies in Union Democracy and Organization.

Working for the union: British trade union officers. Cambridge University Press, 2009. Union revitalization in Britain. E Heery, J Kelly, J Waddington. Rekindling the movement: labor's quest for relevance in the twenty-first century. L Turner, HC Katz, RW Hurd. Cornell University Press, 2001. Mapping Iranʼs online public: Politics and culture in the Persian blogosphere. Professional, participative and managerial unionism: an interpretation of change in trade unions. Work, Employment and Society 8 (1), 1-22, 1994.

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This book is a study of the relationship between full-time union officials and shop stewards across the whole of British industry in 1986-87. It is the first major study of union officials for twenty years, and one of the most detailed studies of workplace collective bargaining and union organization following the recession of the early 1980s. In the wake of recession, union decline and industrial restructuring, Britain is said by some commentators to be entering "a new industrial relations." This book provides a unique body of evidence that throws new light on this claim, and casts serious doubt on its validity.