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While modern industrial labor relations gave legitimacy to worker directed forms of representation, the quest for industrial democracy was often pursued in less structured ways. Instead of relying on contractual or statutorial prerogatives to determine their shopfloor "citizenship," workers...
Since 1980, union membership and influence have risen in South Africa as they have fallen elsewhere. This contrast cannot be accounted for by structural changes in the economy, which have been similar in both South Africa and the OECD. It can be explained by the crucial role legislative reforms...
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