Trade unions in asia a comparative analysis john benson and ying zhu about the editors john benson is professor and head school of management at the university of south australia. 20 literature review 21 role of trade unions according to howell 2007 trade unions play a vital role in harnessing a smooth and healthy relationship between the employees and the employer the trade unions assist in effective communication between the management and the workers. This chapter focuses on the role of trade unions in south africas economy following a historical overview of the south african trade union movement before and after the end of apartheid it considers the labour market legislation and institutions formed since 1994. This article examines whether japanese trade unions have developed greater levels of international cooperation as a result of increased regional integration ie economic partnerships with asian counterparts in the 2000s labor rights at the regional level or resources that allow workers to organize are absent in the japanese case therefore its analysis enriches understanding of the impact . Volume 1 contains a listing of trade unions and their publications it also contains a brief chronology for the unions listed volumes 2 and 3 contain a subject listing to point to individual articles in trade union publications the time period covered is 1850 1941
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