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The Collective Dimensions of Employment Relations : Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Workers' Voices and Changing Workplace Patterns

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Autore: Addabbo Tindara Visualizza persona
Titolo: The Collective Dimensions of Employment Relations : Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Workers' Voices and Changing Workplace Patterns Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: Cham : , : Springer International Publishing AG, , 2021
Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (364 pages)
Disciplina: 658.315
Soggetto genere / forma: Electronic books.
Altri autori: AlesEdoardo  
Nota di contenuto: Intro -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Introduction -- Part I The Collective Dimensions of Employment: A Taxonomy -- 2 Challenges for Workers' Participation -- Introduction -- The Variety of Systems of Workers Participation -- The Advantages of Workers' Participation -- The Approach of the European Union -- The Preconditions of Workers' Participation -- The Need for Workers' Participation Bigger Than Ever -- Does Workers' Participation Have a Future? -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Trade Unions, Employers' Association and the Law -- Introduction -- Trade Unions and Employers' Associations, What's in a Name? -- The Acquisition of Legal Personality -- The Issue of Representativeness -- Interactions with and Between Trade Unions and Employers' Associations -- Interactions Between Trade Unions and Employers -- Interactions Between Trade Unions and Workers' Representatives not Related to the Trade Unions -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Organization as Collective Rule-Making -- Introduction -- Interdependence -- Coordination -- Interpreting Coordination: Alternative Options -- Beyond the Fiction -- References -- 5 The Collective Dimensions of the Employment Relationship: Ways Beyond Traditional Views -- Dimensions Is Not a Typo -- Beyond the "Fiction": The 'Inescapable Workers' Participation' in the Relational Perspective -- The Prescriptive Perspective, Its Demands, and Some Solutions -- References -- Part II The Collective Dimensions and Workplace Organisation -- 6 Does Control Change Nature in Industrial Digital Work? A Secondary Analysis of the 1991-2015 European Working Conditions Surveys -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framework -- Control Based on Actual Direct Surveillance -- Control Based on the Possibility of Direct Surveillance -- Controlled Autonomy (and Internalized Control).
Research Methodology -- Data Sources -- Cases and Variables Selection -- Data Analysis -- Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- 7 Neoliberal Conceptions of the Individual in Labour Law -- Introduction -- The Neoliberal Subject -- The Liberal Firm -- The Neoliberal Firm -- The Neoliberal Subject and Neoliberal Rationality -- The Neoliberal Subject in Labour Law -- Modelling the Individual on the Corporation -- Replacing Labour with Human Capital: Choosing Working Times -- Time as Capital -- Skill -- Discretion as Autonomy -- Blurring Production and Reproduction -- Reimagining Business Activity and Entrepreneurialism -- Liberal Rationality and Business Activity -- Neoliberal Business Activity and Indifference to Institutional Context -- A Contrast for Emphasis -- Neoliberal Rationality and Means-Ends Logic -- Over-Contractualization -- Conclusion -- References -- 8 Is the Structure of Employee Representation Institutions in Europe Adapted to the Economic Transformations? Analysis and Proposals from the Spanish Case -- Background: New Production Structures, Same Worker Representation Bodies? -- European Legislative Shortcomings: The Spanish Case as Example -- Alternatives to Be Found in the European Context: In Particular, the French Model -- Proposals to Increase Employee-Elected Representation Coverage and to Improve Its Effectiveness -- References -- Part III Challenges and Perspectives for the Collective Dimensions of Employment: National Focuses -- 9 The Right to Strike: The ILO and ECHR Legal Frameworks and the Potential Non-compliance with Those Standards of the New Swedish Legislation -- Introduction -- Background -- The Swedish Trade Union Movement Between Pluralism and Lack of Competition Among Different Unions -- The Industrial Conflict in the Göteborg Harbour -- The Law on the Limitation of the Right to Strike.
The Right to Strike in the Context of the ILO Clash of 2012 Between the Employers and Workers' Groups -- The Links Between Right to Strike and Freedom of Association in the ECtHR Case Law -- The Swedish Reform in the Light of the Legal Constraints Stemming from the ILO and the European Convention of Human Rights -- Conclusion -- References -- 10 'Prova di Solidarietà': How Effectively are Unions and Emerging Collective Worker Representatives Responding to New Business Models in Australia and Italy? -- Introduction -- Comparing the Landscape: Trade Unions, Labour Law and New Business Models in Australia and Italy -- Trade Union Organisation and the Legal Framework for Worker Representation -- Italy -- Australia -- Adoption of New Business Models -- Italy -- Australia -- Assessing the Effectiveness of Collectivist Responses to New Business Models -- Union and Emerging Collectivist Responses in Australia and Italy: A New Model of Solidarity for the Changing World of Work? -- Overview -- Collective Bargaining/Attempts to Negotiate Collective Agreements -- Italy -- Australia -- Assessment -- Union Lobbying to Obtain Improvements in Regulatory Framework -- Italy -- Australia -- Assessment -- Litigation to Challenge Particular Business Models -- Italy -- Australia -- Assessment -- Self-Organisation/Spontaneous Worker Protests -- Australia -- Assessment -- Conclusions -- References -- 11 Explaining Failures of Social Dialogue Building in Eastern Europe -- Introduction -- Strengthening of Social Dialogue in CEE -- Social Dialogue Institution Building via Political Reforms -- Europeanization Through Capacity Building and Dissemination of Social Standards -- The Baltic Extremes -- Why Should Employers Be Motivated in Social Dialogue? -- Multi-employer Bargaining and the Competitiveness of Baltic Exports -- Baltic Exports -- Competitiveness of Baltic Exports.
Conclusion -- References -- 12 New Challenges for the Collective Representation of Platform Workers in Russia and China -- Introduction -- Shared Economy: Gig Drivers and Couriers -- Russia -- China -- Legal Status of Platform Workers -- Russia -- China -- Trade Unions and Gig Workers -- Russia -- Couriers' and Gig Drivers' Protests -- China -- Conclusion -- References -- 13 Evidence from Monitoring on Tax Incentives on the Performance Related Pay in Italy -- Introduction -- Measures for Labour Productivity in Decentralized Bargaining -- Evolution of Productivity Measures in Decentralized Bargaining -- The Integration by Company, Size, Industry and Region -- Problems of Measurability of Performance Increases and Choices Made by Companies -- New Features in the Installation of Concession Measures: The Incremental Nature and Verifiability of Target Values -- Objectives and Criteria for Measuring Performance Bonuses -- Performance Indicators -- Conclusions -- References -- Index.
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ISBN: 3-030-75532-0
Formato: Materiale a stampa
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Lingua di pubblicazione: Inglese
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