Union voices this book evaluates how british labor unions fared in the political and institutional context created by great britains new labour government between 1997 and 2010 tactics and tensions in uk organizing melanie simms jane holgate edmund heery ilr press and uses them to show how their personal commitment to organizing . Union voices tactics and tensions in uk organizing abstract excerpt this book tells the story of what is in our view probably the most significant development in british trade unionism of recent years the increasing focus on organizing activity we do this by reflecting on. We do this by reflecting on the impact of the uks trades union congress tuc organising academy oa the participants in the training program and the organizing campaigns that union organizers have run we explicitly want to give voice to these union activists who have worked so hard to recruit and organize new union members. Union voices tactics and tensions in uk organizing in this book additional information union voices tactics and tensions in uk organizing view view citation buy this book in print summary in union voices the result of a thirteen year research project three industrial relations scholars evaluate how labor unions fared in the . Melanie simms jane holgate and edmund heery document the organizing turn in union voices tactics and tensions in uk organizing the book contains well over a decade of intensive research on union organizing strategy campaigns and activist development that is simply unparalleled
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