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The Response of Trade Unions to Multinationals

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Vidyasree Mohan

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Transcript of The Response of Trade Unions to Multinationals

By
Team 6
II MBA

The Response of Trade Unions to Multinationals
&
Regional Integration: the EU

Trade union concerns about Multinationals
Formidable financial resources
Alternative sources of supply
The ability to move production facilities to other countries
A remote locus of authority
Production facilities in many industries
Superior knowledge and expertise in industrial relations
The capacity to stage an ‘investment strike’
Response of Trade Unions to Multinationals
International trade secretariats (ITS)
Lobbying for restrictive national legislation
Regulation of multinationals by international organizations

Regional Integration: the EU
Treaty of Rome -
1957
Social Charter of the Council of Europe -
1965
Single European Market (SEM) –
1992
European Community Charter of the Fundamental Social Rights of Workers –
1989
Treaty of European Union –
1992
Treaty of Amsterdam –
1997

Disclosure of Information and European Works Councils
Vredeling Directive
European Works Councils (EWC) Directive – 1994
Eg. GM, Heinz

Issue of Social Dumping
Alarm and the Counter-alarm
2 industrial relations issues
Lisbon Strategy
Trade Unions
Trade Unions
Vs
Multinationals

Monolithic Bureaucracies


Bargaining power of Labor
Power and influence of MNC
Anti-union, Omnipotent and
Umbrella or Chapeau Clause
Badger Case
IDeNtIfY these...
ETUC
OECD
ICFTU
UNCTAD

ITS
ILO
EWC
SEM
NCP



Elements of the Program
Research and Information
Calling company conferences
Establishing company councils
Company-wide union-Management discussions
Coordinated bargaining
OECD guidelines for Multinationals
Disclosure of Information
Competition
Financing
Taxation
Employment and industrial relations
Science and Technology
ILO Principles
Freedom of Association
Right to organize and Collectively bargain
Abolition of forced labor
Non-discrimination employment
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