By Jens Thoemmes
Collective bargaining among employers and alternate unions has profoundly replaced operating stipulations in businesses around the world. yet why will we commence paintings on the age of 10, sixteen, 18 or 24? Why can we paintings 6, eight, 10 or extra hours an afternoon? those questions have gotten more and more pertinent as operating norms are fractured and fragmented through state. This booklet brings a completely new viewpoint to our figuring out of alterations in operating time. In either the united kingdom and the USA, powerful felony or collectively-bargained legislation of operating time has been constrained over the past twenty years, to the level that its disappearance is noticeable as virtually unproblematic. the following writer Jens Thoemmes sheds gentle in this transition and its monetary implications with a completely evidenced sociological account, dependent fairly on unique learn into circumstances of operating time criteria in France and Germany.
This e-book addresses the entire technique of operating time legislation over the past 20 years, comparing the actions of alternate unions, employers, and the kingdom. whereas theories of commercial family have already addressed the problem of markets within the context of collective bargaining, this publication attracts connections among time and markets, areas those transitions of their historic contexts, and illustrates the significance of this stream crossing borders and cultures.
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Organizations and Working Time Standards: A Comparison of Negotiations in Europe (Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies) by Jens Thoemmes