xii, 289 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Multinational industrial relations series ; no. 11.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Foreword INTRODUCTION Committee on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises (CIIME) Challenges to the Guidelines The 1979 Review of the Guidelines The Present Study Multinationals and Employment The Issue of Job Export Job Security The Structure of MNE Industrial Relations: Decentralization The Locus of Decision Making and the Scope of Industrial Relations The Content of Industrial Relations The Issue of Innovation National Diversity Where Union Recognition is an Issue Black & Decker's Spennymoor Plant The British Context Summary of the Issues Comparison with an IBM Subsidiary Citibank U.K. The Company'sView Citibank and Black & Decker: Summary of the Issues Other Provisions of Paragraph 1 Conclusion Philips and its Subsidiaries British and Belgian Subsidiaries Conclusion National Diversity Information Disclosure and International Regulation Problems with Disclosure Disclosure of Information in the United States Information Disclosure in the European Community When the Parent Company is a Foreign Multinational The Social Balance Sheet Proposed European Community Legislation Other European Community Directives Phillips Bendix Available Data: A Sample of Findings Employment Policies: Some Examples Different Employment Standards? Institutional and Economic Constraints Warner-Lambert Export of Personnel? Training in the Multinational The Level and Scope of Training Training Efficiencies of Multinationals Participation of Employee Representatives Cooperation with the Relevant Authorities National Diversity The United States The European Community Countries outside of the EC Limited Responsibility Plant Closure Cases The Plant Closure Issue in the Netherlands: Two Examples Ford Nederland NV: Closing an Unprofitable Subsidiary Badger (Belgium) NV General Telephone and Electronics Types of Antidiscrimination Legislation Right to Union Membership Equal Employment Opportunity in the United States Antidiscrimination Legislation within the EC The Issue of Comparable Worth Other Legislation Affecting Employment Policies Employing the Disadvantaged Transfer or Shutdown of Operations during a Union Organizing Campaign: The U.S. Experience Threat" v. "Prediction" in U.S. Law Operating during Strikes The U.S. Experience The Hertz Corporation The Danish Dispute International Action Submission to the OECD The CIIME 's Amendments to Paragraph 8 The Shape of Multinational Bargaining Attempts Obstacles to Transnational Bargaining Some Attempts at Transnational Industrial Relations Transnational Initiatives on the National Level Information, Participation, and National Legislation BOCI-Viggo Relevance of the Swedish Codetermination at Work Act The Substance of Viggo's Investment Plans Activity at the OECD Level Philips Finland The Remarks of the Finnish Contact Point The Relevance of Finnish Law Activity at the OECD Level KSSU/ATLAS Brief History of the Airline Groupings The First Issue: Is an Airline Grouping a Multinational? Follow-up to the 1978 Submission 1980 Round The Status of Airline Groupings: The Levy Group's Report Recommendations of the Levy Group CONCLUSION The Concept of Voluntary Guidelines The Industrial Relations Function The Meaning of the "Chapeau Clause" APPENDIXES: Declaration on International Investment and Multinational Enterprises, ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles Concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, Akzo-Enka: The Ten Year History of a Plant Closure INDEX.
K1715 .C36 1983
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