THESES AND DISSERTATIONS ON INTERNATIONAL LABOUR HISTORY, 2003
- Three keys for remaining union free. Elliott, John // South Carolina Business Journal;Jun2000, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p6
Offers advice to South Carolina businesses on how to keep their companies union free. Understanding the workforce's values and assumptions; Teaching listening skills to management and workforce; Knowing and training company supervisors.
- United We Stand. Cabot, Stephen J. // Executive Excellence;Oct2001, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p9
Presents principles useful for the success of business enterprises when dealing with employees. Adoption of criteria by business and labor; Reeducation of employees; Discontinuation of media usage as a media for adversarial activities.
- Moving the goalposts. Brewster, Chris; Allen, Michael // People Management;9/17/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 18, p42
Focuses on the results of a survey which revealed considerable change in union structures, processes and management of resources in Great Britain. Factors that triggered the changes; Collaboration with several management schools; Example set by Equity, the actors' union.
- How compound trade unionism works. // Finance Week;4/12/2002, p34
Focuses on the functions of a compounded trade unionism. Involvement of unions becoming separate division of the UASA; Consolidation of general secretaries of the unions; Support provided by UASA.
- Confrontation is the last resort. // Finance Week;4/12/2002, p35
Focuses on the significant developments in labor movement pioneered by the UASA. Increase of the influence of small groups of workers; Context of the strategic partner union; Comment of UASA chief executive officer Koos Bezuidenhout on the driving forces of the union.
- Powerful representation. // Finance Week;4/12/2002, p36
Focuses on the affiliation of the UASA to the Federation of Unions in South Africa. Implications of the membership for the association; Representation of affiliated unions in different national bodies.
- Deep roots, broad reach. // Finance Week;4/12/2002, p35
Focuses on the involvement of the UASA in different industries. Significance of the mining industry for the union; Number of union members; Origination of the association.
- Handling the paradox of management membership. // Finance Week;4/12/2002, p36
Focuses on the challenges faced by UASA in representing senior management in a separate category. Number of members in the category; Exclusion of a collective bargaining structure; Representation of independent contractors.
- THE WEAKNESS OF THE C.I.O. // America;7/17/1937, Vol. 57 Issue 15, p348
The author reflects on the weakness of the Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO). He refers to the leadership that were not strong enough to take a group of workers and turn them into a compact army of men who know their rights and are determined to protect it. He argues the presence of...