Summary: According to available data for 1996, micro and small enterprises (this is, enterprises with 1 to 49 employees) account for around 30% of the total US employment, where this share is lower than the EU average (52%). This literature review examines micro and small enterprises in the US economy, studies employment relations from a legal perspective and as they pertain to small business, as well as looking at collective representation and bargaining, working and employment conditions, arbitration procedures, size and sector considerations.
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