Union Recognition in Britain: The End of Legally Induced Voluntarism?
|dc.identifier.citation||Gall G (2012) Union Recognition in Britain: The End of Legally Induced Voluntarism? Industrial Law Journal. 41(4): 407-438.|
|dc.description.abstract||The enactment of a third statutory union recognition procedure in Britain in 2000 led to a sharp rise and then fall in the number of new, largely voluntary, union recognition agreements being signed. This article examines and explains this trajectory, finding that the interaction of a weak procedure with its wider environment has led to a situation where the outcome of a reflexive law is heavily determined by the external balance of power in employment relations.||en|
|dc.subject||Trade unions; United Kingdom; UK; Union recognition; REF 2014|
|dc.title||Union Recognition in Britain: The End of Legally Induced Voluntarism?|
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