ILR Review: May Issue on International & Comparative Labor

The May issue of the ILR Review is devoted to research on international and comparative labor and employment relations.  Please see the overview editorial essay by Paul Marginson. Papers cover the neoliberal turn in French industrial relations, European outsourcing and contingent labor strategies, labor relations in post-Communist regimes, union mergers in Germany, flexicurity, work uncertainty and HR practices, local strategies against multinationals, global framework agreements, gender discrimination in hiring – and more.

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New Issue of ILR Review Features Research on Labor Standards, Workhours and other Timely Issues

Recent issue of the ILR Review features new and important research on labor standards enforcement, the long and unusual workhours of American workers compared to Europeans, the use of foreign-trained nurses in the US, individual employment rights, and other timely issues.

Editors: Rose Batt and Larry Kahn

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