4 edition of Industrial redundancies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -210) and index.
|Series||Dynamics of economic space|
|LC Classifications||HF5549.5.D55 G74 2002, HF5549.5.D55 G74 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||2002024925|
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Responds to recent theoretical debates in economic geography, involving economists, geographers and planners. After the Three Italies develops a new political economy approach to the analysis of comparative regional development and the territorial division of labour and exemplifies it through an up-to-date account of Italian industrial change and regional economic performance.
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Industrial redundancies: a comparative analysis of the chemical and clothing industries in the UK and Italy. This work explores processes of corporate restructuring and employment change in two industrial areas, Teeside (in the north-east of England) and Brindisi Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lidia Greco.
Find more information. redundancy meaning: 1. a situation in which someone loses their job because their employer does not need them: 2. Learn more. This book contains well-illustrated chapters, in particular, on trade union structures, collective bargaining, dispute resolution and industrial harmony, employment security and management of redundancies, and issues in labour policy and reform.4/5(2).
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The configuration of the second unit can be as a standby, or as a redundancy, or as a backup. Get this from a library. Industrial redundancies: a comparative analysis of the chemical and clothing industries in the UK and Italy. [Lidia Greco] -- "This title was first published in This work explores processes of corporate restructuring and employment change in two industrial areas, Teeside (in the north-east of England) and Brindisi (in.
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Facing redundancies is a recurrent issue in contemporary societies. Businesses have entered a regime of continuous restructuring in which the reorganization of production and labour is no longer a cyclical occurrence in the context of economic hardship or paradigmatic change: restructuring is an integral part of normal corporate activity, implemented also as a pro-active strategic choice to Author: Luciano Fratocchi, Lidia Greco.
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National Times David Ireland offers a fiercely brilliant comic portrait of Australia in the grip of a dehumanising labour almost prophetic book has been written to recognise these unknown industrial prisoners/5. The book introduces readers to the various approaches to industrial relations and goes on to discuss trade unions, collective bargaining, and tripartism.
It goes on to highlight the importance of dispute resolution, labour administration, grievance handling, and the management of industrial relations. The book introduces readers to the various approaches to industrial relations and goes on to discuss trade unions, collective bargaining and tripartism.
It goes on to highlight the importance of dispute resolution, labour administration, grievance handling and the management of industrial relations/5(11). A diversity of opinion exists about the definition, intellectual boundaries, and major premises of the fields of human resources management (HRM) and industrial relations (IR).Author: Bruce E.
Kaufman. 5 stars for the very cool and insightful exploration of additive manufacturing; 3 stars for redundancies, and the overly long, highly speculative vision of "pan-industrial" companies and platforms.
Average=4 stars/5. Consultation must be genuine and not perfunctory. See Fair Work Act s (1) (b) The obligation on an employer to consult about redundancy only arises when a modern award or enterprise agreement applies to an employee and that modern award or enterprise agreement contains requirements (which they often do) to consult about redundancy.Industrial Redundancies: a Comparative Analysis of the Chemical and Clothing Industries in the Uk and Italy This title was first published in This work explores processes of corporate restructuring and employment change in two industrial areas Teeside (in the north-east of England) and Brindisi (in the south-east of Italy) by drawing.In this Book.
Additional Information. We shall not be moved: How Liverpool's working class fought redundancies, closures and cuts in the age of Thatcher which will illustrate how elements of a highly politicised local working-class fought against the rapid rise in forced redundancies and industrial closures.
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