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Learning with Trade Unions
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A Contemporary Agenda in Employment Relations
Moira Calveley, Steve Shelley
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Learning with Trade Unions

A Contemporary Agenda in Employment Relations
Moira Calveley, Steve Shelley
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This edited collection provides an understanding of the range of learning that is enabled by trade unions, and the agendas around that learning. It comes at an important time as, in the UK, recent years have seen significant new opportunities for unions' involvement in the government's learning and skills policy. At the same time, trade unions have had to cope with declining membership and changing employment patterns, and thus have a keen interest in defining their role in contemporary employment relations and in pursuing strategies for union renewal. Therefore, in order to explore these dynamics, a strong feature of the book is its drawing together of informed, research-based contributions from the fields of training, skills and education, and of industrial relations. International and historical perspectives are included in order to better understand the contemporary issues. There are important conclusions for policy-makers, practitioners and researchers.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2017
ISBN
9781351922456
Topic
Business
Subtopic
Management
Edition
1

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