The Challenges to Trade Unions in Europe

Innovation or Adaption
  • 296 Pages
  • 3.78 MB
  • English

Edward Elgar Publishing
Labour economics, Trade unions, Labor & Industrial Relations - Unions, Business & Economics, Politics / Current Events, Business/Economics, Europe, Labor Unions, Exports & Im
ContributionsPeter Leisink (Editor), Jim Van Leemput (Editor), Jacques Vilrokx (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8620682M
ISBN 10185898288X
ISBN 139781858982885

The book offers an overview of how trade unions manage issues of inclusion and solidarity in the current economic and political context, characterized by increasing challenges for labour organizations and rising hostility towards migrants.

Trade unions and migrant workers: New contexts and challenges in Europe. This timely book analyses the Cited by: The book provides a wealth of information about the differences as well as the similarities across the countries of Europe.’ – Professor Sir Laurence Hunter CBE, FRSE, University of Glasgow, UK In The Challenges to Trade Unions in Europe, a group of prominent authors examines the unions’ strategic policies in seven European member states.

Get this from a library. The challenges to trade unions in Europe: innovation or adaptation. [Peter Leisink; Jim Van Leemput; Jacques Vilrokx;] -- This book examines the trade unions' strategic policies in seven European member states and at the European Union level, as well as their responses to the globalization of economic competition.

The Challenges to Trade Unions in Europe. Edited by Peter Leisink, Jim Van Leemput and Jacques Vilrokx.

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in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing. Abstract: In The Challenges to Trade Unions in Europe, a group of prominent authors examines the unions’ strategic policies in seven European member states and at the European Union level, as well as their responses to the globalization of Cited by: Nearly delegates will be debating the future of our continent at the 14th congress of the European Trade Union Confederation, just before the elections to the European Parliament.

Needless to say, trade unions focus on social and economic policy. The congress will formulate the European trade-union movement’s demands and objectives. Poland's once powerful trade unions now organise only 18% of the workforce, one of the lowest unionisation rates in central and eastern Europe.

The reasons for the weakness of Poland's trade union movement have been examined at a seminar held in May and in a book based on the discussions at the seminar.

This article summarises the main arguments and findings. Trade Unions in Europe: Meeting the Challenge edited by Deborah Foster and Peter Scott, Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang,pages, ISBN Un article de la revue Relations industrielles / Industrial Relations (Vol numéro 4, automnep.

) diffusée par la plateforme Érudit. The European Union And The Treaty Of Rome Words | 4 Pages. The European Union faced many challenges in creating policies that would be beneficial to all of its Member states while also protecting those countries national interests and their sovereignty.

The goal of the European Union. The second part reveals some of the major challenges that trade unions are experiencing in the modern society. Since, different trade unions encounter varying challenges in different parts of the world, this study only focuses on some of the general problems that trade unions face due to globalisation, with reference to Europe.

A further critical. Yesterday I put together 8 surprising facts about trade union membership. It's been a really popular post, and it was based on the latest Office of National Statistics trade union report.

I thought it would be good to look at some of the challenges for trade unions the ONS report raises too. So here we are - 8 honest challenges for trade unions, based on the latest statistics.

We need to. Trade Unions in a Postrepresentative Society / Jacques Vilrokx Changing Union Identities in Europe / Richard Hyman Modernization, Trade Unions and Solidarity / Rainer Zoll Individualization and Solidarity: the Challenge of Modernization / Ben Valkenburg Trade Unions: Social Movement or Welfare Apparatus.

/ Jens Lind   ED FINANCIAL CONDITIONS Financial position of union is weak and must be improved through ensuring payments of member subscription and finding donations for the union.

ITION OF TRADE UNIONS Trade union must be recognized and be registered under the trade unions act in order to secure the union and ensuring its safely. Challenges faced By Trade Unions In Kenya; by Kinlark Nafasi. Visited 9, times. Trade unions are the platforms of employees to air their grievances.

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They are association of employees whose responsibility is to defend the interest of employees to their employers. There role is to fight for better working of workers in the country. Trade unions in Europe are constantly facing new challenges as the scope and influence of the European Union increases in the spheres of employment and social recognition.

This book examines the dilemmas brought about by contemporary processes of economic and social change in the EU and evaluates the role and influence of trade unions and the Format: Paperback. What are the main challenges faced by trade unions and compare the efforts to overcome decline in at least two of the three countries analysed during the module.

Table of Contents. Foreword (Philippe Pochet & Maria Jepsen, ETUI) Rise of Corporate Social Responsibility as a Challenge for Trade Unions (Lutz Preuss, Michael Gold and Chris Rees) m: Unions questioning the added value of CSR (Céline Louche) d: Positive union engagement with CSR (Anna-Maija Lämsä and Soilikki Viljanen) 4.

The book presents the findings of a four-year study of the challenges facing trade unions and their responses in ten west European countries. The project involved a substantial number of interviews with key union representatives and academic experts in each country, together with the collection of a large amount of union documentation and background material.

This book will be a go-to citation for me in the coming years.' - Nathan Lillie, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland. This timely book analyzes the relationship between trade unions, immigration and migrant workers across eleven European countries in the period between the s and Authors: Rinus Penninx, Judith Roosblad, Stefania Marino.

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Trade unions in Europe: facing challenges and searching for solutions; Share: Trade unions in Europe: facing challenges and searching for solutions Buy printed version. € en. Table of contents. Trade Unions in Europe facing challenges and searching for solutions.

Download. PDF file. Institutional experimentation for better (or worse) work Transfer, vol issue 2. Transfer stimulates dialogue between the European trade union movement and the academic and research community.

It contributes research findings on issues of strategic relevance for trade unions, in particular with regard to developments at the European level.

Trade unions and globalization: trends, challenges and responses Trade unions and globalization: trends, challenges and responses. Globalization has proved a complex and multi-faceted process for workers around the world, as are the strategies they must develop to face its challenges.

European countries, the main recent challenges that unions have faced, and their responses. This work will certainly make a fundamental contribution to the debate about the future role and functions of Book Review: Trade Unions in Western Europe: Hard Times, Hard Choices.

The Challenges Facing European Trade Unions For several decades, trade unions in Europe – long among the most powerful in the world – have been on the defensive.

They have lost membership, sometimes drastically. Their collective bargaining power has declined, as has their influence on government and, in some countries, their public respect.

Most European states have several competing union confederations, often divided on political grounds, although ideological differences may now be less important than in the past. Union mergers continue to remake the trade union landscape, although generally within rather than 1 between confederations.

Based on extensive original research, this book examines the challenges confronting trade unions in the global South, by focusing on trade union struggles in Sri Lanka under neo-liberal globalisation.

It centres on movement politics of unions; explains union capacities to mobilise workers as a part of broad counter movement; and specifies worker struggles in Sri Lanka.

Trade unions in Europe: facing challenges and searching for solutions 5 Preface Throughout western Europe trade unions were central to the institutions of the post-war settlement. The legal position of trade unions was formalised by states, which implemented Keynesian economic policies.

Centralised or industrial-level collective bargaining arrangements en-couraged particular forms of trade. He concludes that sincethe transmuting economic paradigm shift occurred in India pretenses incipient challenges to the trade unions activities in the APSRTC in Srikakulam region.

The trade unions should be vigilant coalescence of what is germane in the. The book builds on papers presented at the 8th European Regional Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association, held in the UK in September Challenges of European Employment Relations; L.

Dickens. Strong Trade Unions Meet EEC Workers. with Richard Hyman on a book on European trade unions, based on a three-year research project on challenges facing trade unions in ten EU countries.

Richard Hyman is Professor Emeritus at the London School of Economics. He has written extensively on comparative history, political economy, trade unions and EU regulation.

Book Review: Trade Unions and Migrant Workers: New Contexts and Challenges in Europe Clara Turner Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 1, Trade unions in Europe: Challenges and responses Rebecca Gumbrell-McCormick, Richard Hyman and Magdalena Bernaciak Part II Trade union attitudes and actions relating to immigration and migrant workers in 11 European countries6.

Trade unions and migration in Austria, August Gächter 7.Their book, entitled Trade Unions, Immigration, and Immigrants in Europe,offers a comparative analysis of the relationship between trade unions and immigrant workers in seven North-Western European countries, while attempting to account for differences in trade union .