In light of the decline of trade union membership and the role TU are expected to play in industrial relations, this book explores the consequences of government action and the economic policies on TU membership, investigating the forms of political action undertaken by TU and reviewing the conditions under which these actions succeed or fail.
government industrial relations Organisation organization Political Action politics unions
Authors and affiliations
Michael A. Oyelere
1.Regent’s Business School LondonUK
About the authors
Michael Oyelere is a lecturer in the Business and Management Faculty at Regent's University London, UK. Previously, he was Doctoral Research Student at Middlesex University Business School, UK, during which he taught HRM and OB modules at different levels. He has also taught on the MA and MBA programmes at the University of East London, UK.
Book TitleThe Impact of Political Action on Labour Movement Strength
Book SubtitleTrade Union Revitalisation in Africa
Copyright InformationPalgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited2014