Summary: This report highlights a number of major differences and a smaller number of similarities between the industrial relations systems in the EU, Japan and the USA. It examines a number of basic industrial relations actors, structures and processes: trade unions; employer organisations; collective bargaining; employee involvement; and employment legislation. It also looks at how the various industrial relations systems deal with two key topical issues: company restructuring and new forms of work.
Physical Description: 31 p.

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