Globalization and Working Conditions: A Trade Union Perspective. Molly McCoy International Trade Union Confederation/Global Unions 9 April 2008. How do unions define globalization?. Globalization is a result of market forces: Technological change Improved communication and transport
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Globalization and Working Conditions: A Trade Union Perspective
International Trade Union Confederation/Global Unions
9 April 2008
How are unions responding to globalization?
Campaigning on workers’ rights and working conditions in global economy has been fruitful, but unions have less direct emphasis on employment creation policies
Balancing demands for increased workforce flexibility with sufficient social protection and safety net policies
Creating space for social dialogue given new workplace relationships