Labour perspectives on South Africa

proceedings of a Workshop on Organised Labour in South African Society
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Statementedited by Wolfgang H. Thomas in association with the Centre for Intergroup Studies.
ContributionsThomas, Wolfgang H., ed., University of Cape Town. Centre for Intergroup Studies., Trade Union Council of South Africa.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD6870.S6 W66 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 259 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5253906M
ISBN 100949968234, 0949968269
LC Control Number75326885

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Implementing labour standards at the workplace 69 Strong tripartism and social dialogue 69 Child labour 70 Closing the skills gap 70 Some African countries 71 Mozambique 71 v Zambia 71 Nigeria 71 Ghana 72 Chapter summary 72 Review questions 72 Experiential exercises 72 4 Participants in South Africa's labour relations system 73 Introduction File Size: KB.

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Contents. Labour relations theory and perspectives. 1: 1 Framework of labour relations in South Africa. The history of labour relations in South Africa.

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