CESR Review: January 2014
Articles by CESR members
Despite the extensive literature devoted to globalization in general, there is no single general text which draws on sociological insights to tackle the important subject of work and employment in the context of a globalizing world. This book is designed to fill that gap.
This article draws upon Mike Richardson's pamphlet on the Bliss Tweed Mill strike, published as part of the Bristol Radical Pamphleteer series by the Bristol Radical History Group.
This article reports on an under-research aspect of employment relations - the existence of a blacklist of construction workers in the UK, most of whom were union members who had raised concerns on a building site about issues such as unpaid wages or safety.
Research impact with a difference - Bristol Women’s
Written by Penny Gane and Dr Margaret Page
A report on the inaugural meeting of the Bristol Women's Commission, held in Bristol in May 2013.
Interview with Frances O'Grady
General Secretary, TUC
The Bristol Distinguished Executive Address, 30 October 2013
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