Hyper-mobile migrant workers and Dutch trade union representation strategies at the Eemshaven construction sites

@inproceedings{Berntsen2016HypermobileMW,
  title={Hyper-mobile migrant workers and Dutch trade union representation strategies at the Eemshaven construction sites},
  author={Lisa Berntsen and Nathan Lillie},
  year={2016}
}
  • Lisa Berntsen, Nathan Lillie
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • The EU regulatory regime and employers’ cross-border recruitment practices complicate unions’ ability to represent increasingly diverse and transnationally mobile workers. Even in institutional contexts where the industrial relations structure and labour law are favourable, such as the Netherlands, unions struggle with maintaining labour standards for these workers. This article analyses Dutch union efforts to represent hyper-mobile construction workers at the Eemshaven construction sites. It… CONTINUE READING

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