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Industrial restructuring, technological change, and labour relations

Janet Walsh

Industrial restructuring, technological change, and labour relations

a case study of the textile industry

by Janet Walsh

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Dissertation (M.A.) - University of Warwick, 1986.

StatementJanet Walsh.
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Open LibraryOL13864726M

Originally published in , this book was published at a time when the manufacturing structure of advanced economies was transformed. The growing internationalization of production, the rising power of giant corporations and the increasing rate of technological innovation remain key issues today. The impact of these changes is felt unevenly between regions, shown by huge job losses in some.   All journal articles featured in Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work vol 30 issue 2. Book Review. book review. Industrial relations: measuring varieties of industrial relations in Europe: a quantitative analysis. by Eurofound (M. Caprile, P. Sanz de Miguel, C. Welz and R. Rodríguez Contreras.

This book considers labor responses to industrial restructuring caused by technological change, with a focus on Turkey and Argentina. The Effects of Technological and Organizational Changes on Employment and Labor-Management Relations in the Electronic Media Industry By: Maria Figueroa, Director or Labor and Industry Research, CornellILR Lois Gray, Professor Emeritus, Cornell ILR with assistance from Daniel Cerio, Researcher, Cornell ILR Sloan Industry Studies Annual Conference.

Understanding why some workers resist technological change, while others accept and facilitate it, can be crucial for the survival of many firms. Unfortunately, the industrial relations literature on employees and technological change suffers from a lack of common focus and the absence of a common theoretical framework.   industrial employment (standing order) act, (part-3) | ugc net/jrf labour laws/hrm (code) - duration: unstoppable educat views.


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Industrial restructuring, technological change, and labour relations by Janet Walsh Download PDF EPUB FB2

TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS INTRODUCTION. Change has three dimensions: Market change Technological change Organizational change. Technological Change. Advanced technologies Better opportunities Inherent Threat.

Concerns of technological changes among people. Employment Issues Changes in Occupational Profiles Education and Training New Working 5/5(1).

Technical change and industrial relations are becoming inextricably linked together. There is a need for a clear-sighted understanding of all the effects of technical change at the workplace. This would entail a conceptual framework in which the interaction between social and technical factors technological change be properly identified.

At establishment level the innovation process typically involves. Industrial Relations And Technological Change 03/22/18 3 [email protected] 4. Technology is an instrument of development. Technological change is a continuous process which covers a series of developments, mechanization increase in mass production.

Industrial relations or labour relations, is an expression used not only for. Comparative Industrial Relations Newsletter, Ontario, Canada. Industrial restructuring study on the reciprocal influence of technological change and labour relations includes case studies from six industrialized marked economy countries, as well as a comparative by: 2.

Destructuring and Deregulation in the Construction Industry: Stephan Evans and Roy Lewis 4. Capital Restructuring and Technological Change: A Case Study of a British Textile Multinational: Janet Walsh 5.

Industrial Restructuring and Labour Relations in the Automotive Components Industry: `Just-in-Time or Just-too-Late?': Peter J Turnbull 6. Industrial restructuring also led and labour relations book changes in labour force composition unfavourable to unionism, with women becoming the majority of the workforce and many employed in the informal sector (Frenkel & Yu, ).

Management committees (representing employees and employers) play some role (Suehiro & Wailerdsak, ). However, despite the. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development () Industrial Relations and Technological Change. Report of a Joint Meeting of Management and Trade Union Experts under the OECD Labour/Management Programme, Paris.

Google Scholar. The focus is on the trade unions, their role in industrial restructuring and their ability to defend workers' interests and rights.

Union Power in the Nigerian Textile Industry examines the successful institutionalization of a union-based labor regime, defying global trends to the contrary. However, at the same time, Indian labour laws are so numerous, complex and even ambiguous that they promote litigation rather than the resolution of problems related to industrial relations.

Management of Industrial Relations. This note explains the following topics: Industrial Relations Perspectives, IR in the Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario, Industrial Relations and the State - Legal Framework, Trade Unions - Role and future, Discipline and Grievance Management, Negotiation and Collective Settlement, Participative Management, Employee Empowerment, Quality Management, Industrial.

Technological Change Workplace Restructuring Summary Key Terms Discussion Questions Cases References Chapter 13 Future Issues for Workers, Work Arrangements, Organizations, and the Industrial Relations System Providing the Youth Perspective.

Introduction Changes in Workforce Demographics Young. INTRODUCTION OF THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS INTRODUCTION social changes occurred from time to time. Therefore, the term should not be restricted to mean merely the relations between the union and the management, but a vast complex of relationship between the union and the (including technology), compensation of the labour force, and a.

The term industrial relations became commonly used in the s, in particular in when President William Taft appointed an investigate committee called the Commission on Industrial Relations.

The commission was in charge of investigating the causes of widespread, often violent labor conflict and making recommendations regarding methods to. Originally published in the first part of this book outlines some of the general problems of technological change and labour relations.

It discusses the. In a paper published in and entitled “Technological Change and Labour Market Disparities in Europe”, Gregory et al. analyse the impact of the computerization of work in 27 European countries and demonstrate how this process led to the net. Technological change and rationalisation of production and/or the labour process have always accompanied periods of economic, social, and political development in capitalist societies.

Koshiro, K. () 'Personnel Planning, Technological Change and Outsourcing in the Japanese Automobile Industry', In W. Streeck and A. Hoff (eds) 'Workforce Restructuring, Manpower Management and Industrial Relations in the World Automobile Industry, II'.

A Report and Seven Case Studies Submitted to the Commission of the European Communities. Globalization is defined as an increase in global connectivity within economic, technological, and cultural domains, along with expansions of trade, finance, labor mobility, and production.

Some experts say that the pace of technological change is accelerating and that thousands of workers in plants and offices are affected as labour saving innovations are diffused more widely. Concern about changing technology has been continual over our history-usually increasing during periods of higher-than-average unemployment, and abating.

Technology is a product of human labour. The working class and society can therefore shape its direction. According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), long-term technological change. Drawing together contributions from economists, geographers, sociologists and management specialists, the problems facing the declining regions are discussed and analyzed.

The book will be of interest to researchers, planners and policymakers concerned with the regional aspects of technological change and industrial restructuring.Advances in Industrial & Labor Relations available volumes.

Books in series. Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Volume 25; Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces, Volume Industrial sociology, until recently a crucial research area within the field of sociology of work, examines "the direction and implications of trends in technological change, globalization, labour markets, work organization, managerial practices and employment relations to the extent to which these trends are intimately related to changing patterns of inequality in modern societies and to the.