4 edition of Worker sit-ins and job protection found in the catalog.
Worker sit-ins and job protection
John Alfred Greenwood
|Other titles||Job protection.|
|Statement||[by] John Greenwood.|
|Series||A Gower Press special study|
|LC Classifications||HD5365.A6 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 121 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||76041465|
Participation in Worker Cooperatives and s in Europe where workers engaged in sit-ins, work-ins and worker buyouts to save their jobs. distributional consequences of . Transport Workers Union of America founding president Michael J. Quill formed the union in New York in It was the height of the Great Depression, and through his active, militant approach to organizing, Quill brought together thousands of the city’s transit workers to fight back against the greedy companies taking advantage of them and of the nation’s dire economic situation.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greenwood, John Alfred. Worker sit-ins and job protection. Farnborough, Hants.: Gower Press, (OCoLC) G E O F F BROWN University of Nottingham WORKER PARTICIPATION WORKER SIT-INS AND JOB PROTECTION J.
Greenwood Goner P r m. pp f A SURVEY OF CONTEMPORARY BRITISH WORKER COOPERATIVES P. Chaplin and R. Cowe Monchrsrer Bltsinesr School. Working Paper M p p. f CAN WORKERS MANAGE. Eccles, ‘Sit-ins, worker co-operatives and some implications for organisation’, Personnel Review vol.
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