Membership participation and control in trade unions
The internal government of trade unions has been, and continues to be, a subject of special interest not only in academic research but for governments, unions themselves , and the community generally. The justification for this interest varies < Governments and other sectors of society, especially employers, are usually concerned to contain the economic and political power wielded by trade unions and for this reason are anxious to see that they display 1 responsible 1 leadership and moderation....[Show more]
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