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Confronting Globalization : the quest for a social agenda / editor Roger Blanpain

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Bulletin of comparative labour relations ; 55Publication details: The Hague : Kluwer Law International , 2005Description: xi, 218σ. ; 24εκISBN:
  • 9041123814
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 361.61 21 εκδ.
Other classification:
  • 02.03.1
Abstract: The analyses and commentaries collected in this volume accomplish two essential tasks. They detail the findings and recommendations of the Commission, and they also spell out the implications of the Commission's report for the ongoing viability of economic globalization in practice. The authors include ILO officials, representatives of both employers and labour unions, specialists in various work-related professions, and academics in disciplines related to work and society. Among the vital issues and topics covered are the following: 1. corporate social responsibility, 2. the challenge of child labour, 3. protected mobility for employment and decent work, 4. employment security, 5. the "brain drain", 6. migration to the high-income countries, 7. psycho-social problems at work, 8. "ageism" and, 9. workers' participation.
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The analyses and commentaries collected in this volume accomplish two essential tasks. They detail the findings and recommendations of the Commission, and they also spell out the implications of the Commission's report for the ongoing viability of economic globalization in practice. The authors include ILO officials, representatives of both employers and labour unions, specialists in various work-related professions, and academics in disciplines related to work and society. Among the vital issues and topics covered are the following: 1. corporate social responsibility, 2. the challenge of child labour, 3. protected mobility for employment and decent work, 4. employment security, 5. the "brain drain", 6. migration to the high-income countries, 7. psycho-social problems at work, 8. "ageism" and, 9. workers' participation.

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