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The State of the Unions: Challenges Facing Organised Labour in Ireland (The Changing World of Work) download ebook

by Tim Hastings

The State of the Unions: Challenges Facing Organised Labour in Ireland (The Changing World of Work) download ebook
ISBN:
1905785496
ISBN13:
978-1905785490
Author:
Tim Hastings
Publisher:
Liffey Pr (January 5, 2009)
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Pages:
232 pages
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1861 kb
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1832 kb
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The State of the Unions, part of the National College of Ireland's "Changing World of Work" series, is a comprehensive study of the position of unions and union decline in Ireland today.

The State of the Unions, part of the National College of Ireland's "Changing World of Work" series, is a comprehensive study of the position of unions and union decline in Ireland today.

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The State of the Unions, part of the National College of Ireland's ""Changing World of Work"" series, is a comprehensive study of the position of unions and union decline in Ireland today. It is written by some of Ireland's leading academics and industrial relations specialists.