Union Revitalization in Britain

@inproceedings{Heery2003UnionRI,
  title={Union Revitalization in Britain},
  author={Edmund Heery and J. D. Kelly and Jeremy Waddington},
  year={2003}
}
This article reviews the contradictory evidence on union revitalization in Britain. It examines organizing, partnership proposals, relations between unions and the Labour Party, international activities and union restructuring. Although policies and strategies in these different areas are mixed and uneven in effect, the increased resources devoted to organizing and the impact of the Employment Relations Act appear to have underpinned the limited elements of revival that are in evidence. 

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