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International sourcing and asymmetry : the tapping and decanting of Ukrainian engineering skills by western software engineers
The international IT industry has been hailed as the epitome of the new global economy, appearing footloose in its productive and marketing activities across national borders, and drawing on the talents of an apparently ...
Opportunities and challenges related to cross border mobility and recruitment of the health sector workforce
(European Federation for Public Services Unions, 2012-09)
The study and report “Opportunities and challenges related to cross border mobility and recruitment of the health sector workforce” have been commissioned by EPSU and prepared by the University of Hertfordshire between ...
The Internet, employment and Polish migrant workers : Communication, activism and competition in the new organisational spaces
This article discusses the content of Polish communityadministered websites and trade union engagement. It is based on three sources of data, firstly, semi-structured interviews with Polish web administrators and trade ...
Cutting across diversity : trade union learning initiatives and migrant workers in the Communication Workers' Union in the United Kingdom
(University of Hertfordshire, 2012)
This article examines trade union learning activities and migrant workers in the communications industry. The key research questions focus on how far this learning meets the needs and aspiration of migrant workers, whether ...
China's capitalism and the crisis
Major wars and economic crises force the pace of change within and between capitalist states, giving rise to new alignments and shifts in the geopolitics of world capitalism. At the time of writing this article, turmoil ...