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Business, Organized Labour and Climate Policy - Forging a Role at the Negotiating Table (Hardcover): Peter Glynn, Timothy... Business, Organized Labour and Climate Policy - Forging a Role at the Negotiating Table (Hardcover)
Peter Glynn, Timothy Cadman, Tek N. Maraseni
R1,946 Discovery Miles 19 460 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Business, Organized Labour and Climate Policy examines the current lack of effective action in bridging the gap between climate change goals and governmental policies. With little published about the role of employers' organizations and trade unions in the climate change policy process, this book evaluates their involvement and argues that labour market considerations should be a central element of climate change policy. The study applies ecological modernization theory as a framework to guide policy development and negotiation. Application of the framework finds that employers' organizations and trade unions are effective civil society advocates, but responding to the labour market implications of climate change is neither institutionally embedded nor prioritized. Included are case studies of climate change policy in six developed and two developing economies, as well as within organizations such as the European Union and the UNFCCC. The emergence of labour issues in formal climate agreements demonstrates the impact that climate change is having on the broader economy and employment, and the need for business and labour to take concrete action. Providing an invaluable reference for policy development, this work will appeal to academics and students, as well as employers' organizations and trade unions. This book provides a unique perspective on key stakeholding organizations in climate change policy and presents a platform for engaging with government.

Working for Respect - Community and Conflict at Walmart (Hardcover): Adam Reich, Peter Bearman Working for Respect - Community and Conflict at Walmart (Hardcover)
Adam Reich, Peter Bearman
R557 R434 Discovery Miles 4 340 Save R123 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Walmart is the largest employer in the world. It encompasses nearly 1 percent of the entire American workforce--young adults, parents, formerly incarcerated people, retirees. Walmart also presents one possible future of work--Walmartism--in which the arbitrary authority of managers mixes with a hyperrationalized, centrally controlled bureaucracy in ways that curtail workers' ability to control their working conditions and their lives. In Working for Respect, Adam Reich and Peter Bearman examine how workers make sense of their jobs at places like Walmart in order to consider the nature of contemporary low-wage work, as well as the obstacles and opportunities such workplaces present as sites of struggle for social and economic justice. They describe the life experiences that lead workers to Walmart and analyze the dynamics of the shop floor. As a part of the project, Reich and Bearman matched student activists with a nascent association of current and former Walmart associates: the Organization United for Respect at Walmart (OUR Walmart). They follow the efforts of this new partnership, considering the formation of collective identity and the relationship between social ties and social change. They show why traditional unions have been unable to organize service-sector workers in places like Walmart and offer provocative suggestions for new strategies and directions. Drawing on a wide array of methods, including participant-observation, oral history, big data, and the analysis of social networks, Working for Respect is a sophisticated reconsideration of the modern workplace that makes important contributions to debates on labor and inequality and the centrality of the experience of work in a fair economy.

Diamond Mines - Baseball and Labor (Hardcover, 1st ed): Paul D. Staudohar Diamond Mines - Baseball and Labor (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Paul D. Staudohar; Foreword by Alvin L. Hall
R866 Discovery Miles 8 660 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The ten essays in this book -- by authors from wide-ranging academic disciplines including history, economics, business, law, and humanities -- are well researched, current, intelligent, and sometimes opposing analysis of various elements of the baseball labor scene.

Process and Plant Safety - Applying Computational Fluid Dynamics (Hardcover): Jurgen Schmidt Process and Plant Safety - Applying Computational Fluid Dynamics (Hardcover)
Jurgen Schmidt
R3,254 R2,283 Discovery Miles 22 830 Save R971 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

The safe operation of plants is of paramount importance in the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. Best practice in process and plant safety allows both the prevention of hazards and the mitigation of consequences. Safety Technology is continuously advancing to new levels and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is already successfully established as a tool to ensure the safe operation of industrial plants. With CFD tools, a great amount of knowledge can be gained as both the necessary safety measures and the economic operation of plants can be simultaneously determined. Young academics, safety experts and safety managers in all parts of the industry will henceforth be forced to responsibly judge these new results from a safety perspective. This is the main challenge for the future of safety technology. This book serves as a guide to elaborating and determining the principles, assumptions, strengths, limitations and application areas of utilizing CFD in process and plant safety, and safety management. The book offers recommendations relating to guidelines, procedures, frameworks and technology for creating a higher level of safety for chemical and petrochemical plants. It includes modeling aids and concrete examples of industrial safety measures for hazard prevention.

Quality and Safety in Women's Health (Paperback): Thomas Ivester Quality and Safety in Women's Health (Paperback)
Thomas Ivester; Edited by (associates) Patrice M. Weiss, Paul A. Gluck
R883 R672 Discovery Miles 6 720 Save R211 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Designed for all providers of women's healthcare - including those undertaking Maintenance of Certification programs, trainees preparing for postgraduate examinations, and those initiating or growing a program of quality improvement and patient safety - this practical manual guides those implementing QI and safety programs with specific emphasis on Obstetrics and Gynecology practice. The content contains a strong case-based element to improve accessibility and understanding. An introductory section covers core attributes needed by all physicians to build a culture of patient safety, including leadership, communication and QI skills. Core clinical skills are then reviewed - in a variety of labor ward, office, operating room, and outpatient settings. Finally systems implications are highlighted, including information transparency and disclosure, training programs, and regulatory and legal implications. The editors are involved with national and international initiatives educating physicians in safety aspects of practice. The book is published in collaboration with the Foundation for EXXcellence.

My Job - Real People at Work Around the World (Paperback): Suzanne Skees My Job - Real People at Work Around the World (Paperback)
Suzanne Skees; Contributions by Skees Family Foundation
R396 R276 Discovery Miles 2 760 Save R120 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Non-Standard Employment in Post-Industrial Labour Markets - An Occupational Perspective (Paperback): Werner Eichhorst, Paul Marx Non-Standard Employment in Post-Industrial Labour Markets - An Occupational Perspective (Paperback)
Werner Eichhorst, Paul Marx
R790 Discovery Miles 7 900 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Examining the occupational variation within non-standard employment, this book combines case studies and comparative writing to illustrate how and why alternative occupational employment patterns are formed. Non-standard employment has grown significantly in most developed economies, varying between countries. Different institutional settings have been deemed accountable for this variation, although inadequate consideration has been given to differences within national labour markets. Through an occupational perspective, this book contends that patterns of non-standard employment are shaped by flexibility in hiring and firing practices and the dispensability of workers' skills. The framework integrates explanations based on labour market regulation, industrial relations and skill supply, filling the gaps in previous scholastic research. A necessary and discernible insight into employment patterns, academics in the fields of economics and sociology will find this book of great value. Policy makers and practitioners alike will benefit from the comparative analysis of rich empirical material.

Research Handbook of Employment Relations in Sport (Hardcover): James Skinner, Terry Engelberg, Michael Barry Research Handbook of Employment Relations in Sport (Hardcover)
James Skinner, Terry Engelberg, Michael Barry
R4,209 Discovery Miles 42 090 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Employment relations, much discussed in other industries, has often been neglected in professional sports despite its unique characteristics. The book aims to explore in detail the unique nature of the employment relationship in professional sports and the sport industry. In four parts the book examines, firstly the regulation of sporting competition both within and across sporting codes; secondly a range of employment law issues such as how contracting and negotiation are handled, how disputes are resolved, and the role of sporting representatives such as player associations. The third section discusses the economic issues related to employment such as transfers, drafts and efforts to achieve "competitive balance". The final section of the book explores contemporary issues in sports management and governance, including anti-discrimination and anti-doping policy. Through this analysis the book identifies the complex and unique issues surrounding employment relations within professional sports and the sport industry.

Live Work Work Work Die - a journey into the savage heart of Silicon Valley (Paperback): Corey Pein Live Work Work Work Die - a journey into the savage heart of Silicon Valley (Paperback)
Corey Pein 1
R234 R180 Discovery Miles 1 800 Save R54 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

`Under the latest iteration of the American Dream, if you aren't a billionaire yet, you haven't tried hard enough.' At the height of the startup boom, journalist Corey Pein sets out for Silicon Valley to make his millions. Plunging headfirst into entrepreneur culture, he joins the thousands of other - mostly white, male - nerds all hoping to become the next Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg. But as he moves from overpriced flat to overpriced tent, lines up at tech conferences where white supremacists spout hatred disguised as innovation, and watches desperate would-be entrepreneurs pay to pitch their ideas to billionaire investors, Pein discovers that the positive, feel-good self-image that the tech tycoons have crafted is a lie. Live Work Work Work Die is a scathing exploration of Silicon Valley tech culture, depicted from the inside. It vividly deconstructs the ultra-libertarian agendas of high-tech leaders and their urgers and acolytes, revealing their insidious visions for our future.

MindFit - How to Create a Kickass Workforce to Achieve Long-term Business Excellence (Paperback): Kristopher G. Harold, Alexis... MindFit - How to Create a Kickass Workforce to Achieve Long-term Business Excellence (Paperback)
Kristopher G. Harold, Alexis Ee-Khem Aw, John K. Williams
R333 R240 Discovery Miles 2 400 Save R93 (28%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
When Good Jobs Go Bad - Globalization, De-unionization, and Declining Job Quality in the North American Auto Industry... When Good Jobs Go Bad - Globalization, De-unionization, and Declining Job Quality in the North American Auto Industry (Hardcover)
Jeffrey S. Rothstein
R2,369 Discovery Miles 23 690 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

From Chinese factories making cheap toys for export, to sweatshops in Bangladesh where name-brand garments are sewn - studies on the impact of globalization on workers have tended to focus on the worst jobs and the worst conditions. But in When Good Jobs Go Bad, Jeffrey Rothstein looks at the impact of globalization on a major industry - the North American auto industry - to reveal that globalization has had a deleterious effect on even the most valued of blue-collar jobs. Rothstein argues that the consolidation of the Mexican and U.S.-Canadian auto industries, the expanding number of foreign automakers in North America, and the spread of lean production have all undermined organized labor and harmed workers. Focusing on three General Motors plants assembling SUVs - an older plant in Janesville, Wisconsin; a newer and more viable plant in Arlington, Texas; and a ""greenfield site"" (a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility) in Silao, Mexico - When Good Jobs Go Bad shows how global competition has made nonstop, monotonous, standardized routines crucial for the survival of a plant, and it explains why workers and their local unions struggle to resist. For instance, in the United States, General Motors forced workers to accept intensified labor by threatening to close plants, which led local unions to adopt ""keep the plant open"" as their main goal. At its new factory in Silao, GM had hand-picked the union - one opposed to strikes and committed to labor-management cooperation - before it hired the first worker. Rothstein's engaging comparative analysis, which incorporates the viewpoints of workers, union officials, and management, sheds new light on labor's loss of bargaining power in recent decades, and highlights the negative impact of globalization on all jobs, both good and bad, from the sweatshop to the assembly line.

When Good Jobs Go Bad - Globalization, De-unionization, and Declining Job Quality in the North American Auto Industry... When Good Jobs Go Bad - Globalization, De-unionization, and Declining Job Quality in the North American Auto Industry (Paperback)
Jeffrey S. Rothstein
R594 Discovery Miles 5 940 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

From Chinese factories making cheap toys for export, to sweatshops in Bangladesh where name-brand garments are sewn - studies on the impact of globalization on workers have tended to focus on the worst jobs and the worst conditions. But in When Good Jobs Go Bad, Jeffrey Rothstein looks at the impact of globalization on a major industry - the North American auto industry - to reveal that globalization has had a deleterious effect on even the most valued of blue-collar jobs. Rothstein argues that the consolidation of the Mexican and U.S.-Canadian auto industries, the expanding number of foreign automakers in North America, and the spread of lean production have all undermined organized labor and harmed workers. Focusing on three General Motors plants assembling SUVs - an older plant in Janesville, Wisconsin; a newer and more viable plant in Arlington, Texas; and a ""greenfield site"" (a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility) in Silao, Mexico - When Good Jobs Go Bad shows how global competition has made nonstop, monotonous, standardized routines crucial for the survival of a plant, and it explains why workers and their local unions struggle to resist. For instance, in the United States, General Motors forced workers to accept intensified labor by threatening to close plants, which led local unions to adopt ""keep the plant open"" as their main goal. At its new factory in Silao, GM had hand-picked the union - one opposed to strikes and committed to labor-management cooperation - before it hired the first worker. Rothstein's engaging comparative analysis, which incorporates the viewpoints of workers, union officials, and management, sheds new light on labor's loss of bargaining power in recent decades, and highlights the negative impact of globalization on all jobs, both good and bad, from the sweatshop to the assembly line.

Safety-Scale Laboratory Experiments for Chemistry for Today (Paperback, 9th edition): Spencer Seager, Michael Slabaugh, Maren... Safety-Scale Laboratory Experiments for Chemistry for Today (Paperback, 9th edition)
Spencer Seager, Michael Slabaugh, Maren Hansen
R618 R532 Discovery Miles 5 320 Save R86 (14%) Shipped within 8 - 13 working days

This proven lab manual offers a unique blend of laboratory skills and exercises that effectively illustrate concepts from the main text, CHEMISTRY FOR TODAY: GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOCHEMISTRY, 9th Edition. The book's 15 general chemistry and 20 organic/biochemistry safety-scale laboratory experiments use small quantities of chemicals and emphasize safety and proper disposal of materials. "Safety-scale" is the authors' own term for describing the amount of chemicals each lab experiment requires -- less than macroscale quantities, which are expensive and hazardous, and more than microscale quantities, which are difficult to work with and require special equipment.

The Worker Center Handbook - A Practical Guide to Starting and Building the New Labor Movement (Paperback): Kim Bobo, Marien... The Worker Center Handbook - A Practical Guide to Starting and Building the New Labor Movement (Paperback)
Kim Bobo, Marien Casillas Pabellon
R587 R502 Discovery Miles 5 020 Save R85 (14%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Worker centers are becoming an important element in labor and community organizing and the struggle for fair pay and decent working conditions for low-wage workers, especially immigrants. There are currently more than two hundred worker centers in the country, and more start every month. Most of these centers struggle as they try to raise funds, maintain stable staff, and build a membership base. For this book, Kim Bobo and Marien Casillas Pabellon, two women with extensive experience supporting and leading worker centers, have interviewed staff at a broad range of worker centers with the goal of helping others understand how to start and build their organizations. This book is not theoretical, but rather is designed to be a practical workbook for staff, boards, and supporters of worker centers.Geared toward groups that want to build worker centers, this book discusses how to survey the community, take on an initial campaign, recruit leaders, and raise seed funds. Bobo and Casillas Pabellon also provide a wealth of advice to help existing centers become stronger and more effective. The Worker Center Handbook compiles best practices from around the country on partnering with labor, enlisting the assistance of faith communities and lawyers, raising funds, developing a serious membership program, integrating civic engagement work, and running major campaigns. The authors urge center leaders to both organize and build strong administrative systems. Full of concrete examples from worker centers around the country, the handbook is practical and honest about challenges and opportunities.

Disunited States of America - Employment Relations Systems in Conflict (Paperback): David Jacobs, Peggy Kahn Disunited States of America - Employment Relations Systems in Conflict (Paperback)
David Jacobs, Peggy Kahn
R588 Discovery Miles 5 880 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

As a result of its size, history, immigration flows, and institutional complexity at the city, county, state, and national levels, the United States is characterized by disparate yet coexisting systems of political economy and labor policy. Some of the northeastern, midwestern, and western states have at times had a kind of "laborist capitalism" in which public policy and prominent employers acknowledged union power and legitimacy. In the South, things are different: Mississippi and South Carolina are among the states least hospitable to unionism. In such states, local business interests have preserved low taxes, lax regulations, and low wages. The authors of Disunited States of America describe several dimensions of labor policy differentiation across the states as well as examine the underlying dynamics.

Contributors: Sarah Collins, Commonwealth Fund; Janice Fine, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Ray Hogler, Colorado State University; David Jacobs, Morgan State University; Margaret Kahn, University of Michigan Flint; Richard Marens, California State University Sacramento; Michael Ogbolu, Howard University; John Schmitt, Center for American Progress; Roland Zullo, University of Michigan"

My Job - More People at Work Around the World (Hardcover): Suzanne Skees My Job - More People at Work Around the World (Hardcover)
Suzanne Skees
R440 R356 Discovery Miles 3 560 Save R84 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

In book two of the series "My Job: Real People at Work Around the World," author Suzanne Skees profiles three professionals from each of the following sectors: health and recovery, education and finance, agribusiness and processing, tourism and culture, and diplomacy and peace. The unique and interesting profiles explore how our experiences, interests, and views help determine the career we pursue and how the career, in turn, continues to shape our identity.

Non-Standard Employment in Post-Industrial Labour Markets - An Occupational Perspective (Hardcover): Werner Eichhorst, Paul Marx Non-Standard Employment in Post-Industrial Labour Markets - An Occupational Perspective (Hardcover)
Werner Eichhorst, Paul Marx
R2,789 Discovery Miles 27 890 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Examining the occupational variation within non-standard employment, this book combines case studies and comparative writing to illustrate how and why alternative occupational employment patterns are formed. Non-standard employment has grown significantly in most developed economies, varying between countries. Different institutional settings have been deemed accountable for this variation, although inadequate consideration has been given to differences within national labour markets. Through an occupational perspective, this book contends that patterns of non-standard employment are shaped by flexibility in hiring and firing practices and the dispensability of workers' skills. The framework integrates explanations based on labour market regulation, industrial relations and skill supply, filling the gaps in previous scholastic research. A necessary and discernible insight into employment patterns, academics in the fields of economics and sociology will find this book of great value. Policy makers and practitioners alike will benefit from the comparative analysis of rich empirical material.

Petroleum and Public Safety - Risk Management in the Gulf South, 1901-2015 (Hardcover): James B McSwain Petroleum and Public Safety - Risk Management in the Gulf South, 1901-2015 (Hardcover)
James B McSwain
R1,076 Discovery Miles 10 760 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Globotics Upheaval - Globalization, Robotics, and the Future of Work (Hardcover): Richard Baldwin The Globotics Upheaval - Globalization, Robotics, and the Future of Work (Hardcover)
Richard Baldwin
R542 R425 Discovery Miles 4 250 Save R117 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Leading to Occupational Health and Safety - How Leadership Behaviours Impact Organizational Safety and Well-Being (Paperback):... Leading to Occupational Health and Safety - How Leadership Behaviours Impact Organizational Safety and Well-Being (Paperback)
E.Kevin Kelloway, Karina Nielsen, Jennifer K. Dimoff
R870 R682 Discovery Miles 6 820 Save R188 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

Leading to Occupational Health and Safety brings together prominent researchers to explore the pervasive roles that leaders play in determining the health, safety and mental well-being of employees in organizations. * The first text to directly link organizational leadership behaviours with health and safety outcomes, covering theory, research and evidence-based best practice * Argues that a leader s impact can be far more far-reaching than is commonly realized, and examines the effects of leadership on safety, physical wellness and wellbeing, and psychological wellbeing * Explores the theoretical underpinnings of effective leadership styles and behaviors, and advances both research and practice in order to encourage better leadership and healthier, safer organizations * Features contributions from internationally known and respected researchers including Sharon Clarke, Kara Arnold, Fred Luthans, Stale Einarsen, Julian Barling, and Emma Donaldson-Feilder

Managing the Risks of Organizational Accidents (Paperback, New Ed): James Reason Managing the Risks of Organizational Accidents (Paperback, New Ed)
James Reason
R807 Discovery Miles 8 070 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Major accidents are rare events due to the many barriers, safeguards and defences developed by modern technologies. But they continue to happen with saddening regularity and their human and financial consequences are all too often unacceptably catastrophic. One of the greatest challenges we face is to develop more effective ways of both understanding and limiting their occurrence. This lucid book presents a set of common principles to further our knowledge of the causes of major accidents in a wide variety of high-technology systems. It also describes tools and techniques for managing the risks of such organizational accidents that go beyond those currently available to system managers and safety professionals. James Reason deals comprehensively with the prevention of major accidents arising from human and organizational causes. He argues that the same general principles and management techniques are appropriate for many different domains. These include banks and insurance companies just as much as nuclear power plants, oil exploration and production companies, chemical process installations and air, sea and rail transport. Its unique combination of principles and practicalities make this seminal book essential reading for all whose daily business is to manage, audit and regulate hazardous technologies of all kinds. It is relevant to those concerned with understanding and controlling human and organizational factors and will also interest academic readers and those working in industrial and government agencies.

Introduction to Health and Safety in Construction - for the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety... Introduction to Health and Safety in Construction - for the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety (Paperback, 5th New edition)
Phil Hughes, Ed Ferrett
R1,302 Discovery Miles 13 020 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Introduction to Health and Safety in Construction has been specially written for the thousands of students who complete the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety each year. Fully revised in alignment with the April 2015 syllabus, the fifth edition provides students with all they need to tackle the course with confidence. The book covers all the essential elements of health and safety management in construction including the legal framework, risk assessment and control standards. Highly illustrated, with information provided in a clear, easily accessible format, it also provides checklists and record sheets to supplement learning. Aligned to the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety Practice questions and answers to test knowledge and increase understanding Complete with a companion website containing extra resources for tutors and students at www.routledge.com/cw/hughes The only textbook endorsed for the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety, the Introduction to Health and Safety in Construction is also suitable for construction courses in the UK and overseas and serves as a comprehensive reference for managers and professionals within the construction industry.

Heteromation, and Other Stories of Computing and Capitalism (Hardcover): Hamid R. Ekbia, Bonnie A. Nardi Heteromation, and Other Stories of Computing and Capitalism (Hardcover)
Hamid R. Ekbia, Bonnie A. Nardi
R623 R481 Discovery Miles 4 810 Save R142 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

An exploration of a new division of labor between machines and humans, in which people provide value to the economy with little or no compensation. The computerization of the economy-and everyday life-has transformed the division of labor between humans and machines, shifting many people into work that is hidden, poorly compensated, or accepted as part of being a "user" of digital technology. Through our clicks and swipes, logins and profiles, emails and posts, we are, more or less willingly, participating in digital activities that yield economic value to others but little or no return to us. Hamid Ekbia and Bonnie Nardi call this kind of participation-the extraction of economic value from low-cost or free labor in computer-mediated networks-"heteromation." In this book, they explore the social and technological processes through which economic value is extracted from digitally mediated work, the nature of the value created, and what prompts people to participate in the process. Arguing that heteromation is a new logic of capital accumulation, Ekbia and Nardi consider different kinds of heteromated labor: communicative labor, seen in user-generated content on social media; cognitive labor, including microwork and self-service; creative labor, from gaming environments to literary productions; emotional labor, often hidden within paid jobs; and organizing labor, made up of collaborative groups such as citizen scientists. Ekbia and Nardi then offer a utopian vision: heteromation refigured to bring end users more fully into the prosperity of capitalism.

Manual handling - Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, guidance on regulations (Paperback, 4th ed., 2016): Great... Manual handling - Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, guidance on regulations (Paperback, 4th ed., 2016)
Great Britain. Health And Safety Executive
R425 Discovery Miles 4 250 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The 49ers II, II - The Rest of the Story (Hardcover): John Warham The 49ers II, II - The Rest of the Story (Hardcover)
John Warham
R457 R351 Discovery Miles 3 510 Save R106 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
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