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Power, Politics and Influence at Work

Power, Politics and Influence at Work

Publisher Manchester University Press
Year 24/08/2020
Pages 168
Version paperback
Readership level College/higher education
ISBN 9781526146410
Categories Sociology: work & labour, Business & management, Industrial relations, Employment & labour law
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Book description

This book explores how power operates in workplace settings at local, national and transnational levels. It argues that how people are valued in and out of work is a political dynamic, which reflects and shapes how societies treat their citizens. Offering vital resources for activists and students on labour rights, employment issues and trade unions, this book argues that the influence workers can exert is changing dramatically and future challenges for change can be positive and progressive. -- .

Power, Politics and Influence at Work

Table of contents

1 Work, power and politics
2 History, global capitalism and contexts
3 The State, law and equality
4 Who speaks for whom?
5 The futures of work: power, politics and influence

Index -- .

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