Die Veränderung der Lebens- und Arbeitsbedingungen chinesischer Wanderarbeiterinnen und ihre Auswirkungen auf Arbeitskonflikte (The Evolving Conditions of Chinese Migrant Factory Workers and the Effects on Labour Disputes: An Introduction)
A rapidly increasing number of migrant workers no longer can be considered as rural residents temporarily away from home. Many millions have begun settling permanently into urban settings. Before the mid-2000s, young workers from the countryside were employed only temporarily in urban factories. They were miserably paid and exploited. But times are changing. Today�s workers from the countryside are better informed, better connected and have more long-term expectations. As restrictions against...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Arbeitskampfe In China (Labour Conflicts in China)|
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