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Special Issue: Changing work, labor and employment relations in China

Guest editors: Sarosh Kuruvilla and Eli Friedman From Human Relations  This special issue exemplifies experiments and developments in China. In this introduction to ‘Changing work, labor and employment relations in China’, authors argue that China is taking an experimental and … Continue reading

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Building new bargaining agendas for the contemporary workplace

Symposium – Rethinking Equality Bargaining: Building New Bargaining Agendas for the Contemporary Workplace, Guest Editors: Marian Baird and Sue Williamson From Journal of Industrial Relations This special edition of the Journal of Industrial Relations arose out of an international symposium … Continue reading

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Special issue on trade union cultures

From Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research This special issue examines trade union cultures. Articles cover a range of aspects and perspectives, considering history and looking forward. It may be useful for those people, scholars and practitioners alike, who continue … Continue reading

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The globally integrated economy we are told, means more sweat

Globalization and working time: working hours and flexibility in Germany From Politics & Society Pressures to work more hours, more weeks, more years and to have more flexibly are trends throughout the industrialized world. Newspaper headlines regularly observe the changes … Continue reading

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