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Trade unions and the restructuring of working class health care in South Africa

Judith Emily Cornell

Trade unions and the restructuring of working class health care in South Africa

case studies in the clothing, leather and transport sectors 1992-1996

by Judith Emily Cornell

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1997.

StatementJudith Emily Cornell.
The Physical Object
Paginationv,347p.
Number of Pages347
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17357599M

Full text of "Trade unions and democracy: Cosatu workers' political attitudes in South Africa" See other formats. 1 Trapped in Corporatism? Trade Union Linkages to the Abahlali BaseMjondolo Movement in Durban. Table Of Contents Page Abstract 2 Introduction 3 Chapter One Methodology 7 Chapter Two COSATU and Neoliberal Corporatism in South Africa 10 Chapter Three Abahlali BaseMjondolo’s Challenge to Contemporary 24 Governance in South AfricaFile Size: KB.

The South African Democratic Nurses' Union is a trade union in South Africa. It is an affiliate of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). This article related to a South African trade union is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it Affiliation: COSATU. This standard work provides a practical guide for health services managers who deal with personnel and who wish to create a working environment that facilitates bilateral cooperation and avoids industrial action as far as possible. The text outlines current legislation on employment and informs both employers and employees of their rights and obligations.

DHA Restructuring: Unions working towards Health Care Union Bargaining Association s. Dear Health Care member, Nova Scotia’s health care system is undergoing radical change by the provincial government. These changes include the government’s decision to move from nine District Health Authorities to one provincial. Unions reduce inequality and are essential for low- and middle-wage workers’ ability to obtain a fair share of economic growth. The spread of collective bargaining that followed the passage of the National Labor Relations Act in led to decades of faster and fairer economic growth that persisted until the late s. But since the s.


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Trade unions and the restructuring of working class health care in South Africa by Judith Emily Cornell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Trade Unionism in South Africa: A critical assessment of trade union strategy The case of the CWIU, Policies on restructuring, onwards This history ought to be recalled when the masses of the working class continue to experience high levels of unemployment and poverty in an economy that has.

Booktopia - Buy Trade Unions books online from Australia's leading online bookstore. Discount Trade Unions books and flat rate shipping of $ per online book order. Carefully analyzing the changes that characterize workers' political orientations, this study considers the results of a survey of the political attitudes of members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) undertaken prior to South Africa's third democratic general election in Key issues--such as internal union and parliamentary democracy, black /5(3).

The trade union environment in South Africa History of trade unionism in South Africa The origin of trade unionism in South Africa dates back to the s1. The first unions were reserved for white South Africans and defended employment policies based on racial discrimination. It was not until the 's that trade unions formed by black.

4 Declaration The present thesis entitled ―Investigating the role of trade unions in pension fund investment: A case of trade unions in South Africa‖ was carried out by me at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Further, I declare that no part of the thesis has been submitted.

Trade Unions, Class Struggle and Development. for example in South Africa and Chile, where export horticulture is characterised by domineering farms and precarious conditions for labour – temporary contracts, low pay, limited union recognition or presence.

and is currently working on a book provisionally entitled ‘Capitalism vs. South Africa - Labor Unions Even before apartheid restrictions were imposed during the s, government policies, rather than market principles, determined many aspects of labor-management relations.

This dissertation focuses on the future of trade unions as organisations in South Africa, particularly on the factors which may influence the continued existence of unions.

In this section the problem statement will be discussed, after which the. Therefore, to fill this gap, this study will find out the role played by trade unions in solving labour related disputes, with specific reference to working conditions, salaries and ‘fair.

Press Release - The Congress of South African Trade Unions applauds the move by WFTU to declare 3rd October "the International Day of Action" fighting for.

The Health & Other Services Personnel Trade Union of South Africa is a trade union in South has a membership of 50, and represents employees in the Public Service as well as in the private sector. The union is affiliated with the Federation of Unions of South Africa, and Public Services International.

External links. HOSPERSA official ation: FEDUSA, PSI. In the end, the unions declared their support for the “restructuring,” i.e., plundering, of the city in exchange for control of a half-billion-dollar.

Press Release - The South African Communist Party (SACP) and Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) held a bilateral session today, 18 September The strategic meeting was attended. This Employee Relations: working effectively with your union and employee representatives course is designed to address this need,providing a chance to learn from specialist labour lawyers, HR practitioners and a conciliation expert.

We cover the labour law framework and explain how it really works in practice. We also cover current union campaigns and tactics used. Trade unions in South Africa, many established during the political struggle for democracy, have long claimed to represent the entire working class and not just their own members.

The organised labour movement, the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in particular, has participated in a number of campaigns that challenge the. The working class of South Africa requires a new political leadership to represent its independent interests.

This is what the World Socialist Web Site is working to achieve. The shortage of skilled health workforce means that a limited number of doctors and nurses have to attend to hundreds of patients daily and quality health care can’t be rushed.

As atthe African Region had an average of health workers per population[1], far below the per required for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Trade unions act as a “spokesperson” for the staff. When matters concerning an individual employee or a group of workers arise, the trade unions job is to voice out the problem in order to negotiate for a solution.

In case no agreement is settled or respected, the trade union members may enforce strikes or resistance to lockouts. They can. South Africa - Excessive violence was again used against striking workers, leading to the death of a municipal worker in clashes with police in March, and injuries to four engineering workers when rubber bullets were fired against strikers in July.

There were also two cases of mass dismissals of striking municipal workers in Metsimaholo and Ekurhuleni, while seven union leaders were. role of stakeholders, particularly trade unions, in shaping work restructuring. Mining was chosen as our first case study as it has been the backbone of South Africa’ s economy since the late.

trade unions in addressing the causes and impact of migration in the health and social care sectors. In South Africa, a National Working Group representing affiliated public sector unions has been established to implement the programme.

The participatory research was carried out by members of the National Working Group. The overall research.relatively recent democratization. The South African trade union movement represents a source of inspiration to organized labour worldwide, but has faced many challenges over the years.

Based on the findings of a survey of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) members conducted inWood and Psoulis () found high levels of.Trade unions and global restructuring andshe demonstrates how restructuring was also carried out by a Labour Party in close co-operation with trade unions.

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