Here, Jane Wills argues that more needs to be done if the forms,
structures and strategies of trade unionism are to measure up to
the changing contours and complexities of capitalist society and
the needs of workers in the 21st century. Highlighting some of the
lessons tobe learned from contemporary organizing campaigns, Wills
argues that unions have much to gain from building new networks.
She argues that workplace and trade union organization needs to be
sustained and supplemented through connections to other trade
unionists and allies in the locality and further afield. By
building networks around a positive agenda for change, unions can
reach out and appeal to a new generation of workers.
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