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Impacts of the Social Security System
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A 3 page review of the history of the Social Security System. The author emphasizes that while the system has proven invaluable to some of the less fortunate of our society, it has proven to be a chain and ball for those that continue to struggle to make the ends meet.
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Implications of Britain's 1999 Employment Relations Act
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A 10 page paper discussing this new law that rigidly restricts an employer's ability to discipline employees, and how it affects employers, trade unions and employees before examining the same in the US. The paper concludes that highly liberal labor policies superficially appear to be for the good of the employee, but ultimately the employer must be able to control his own business or lose it. Today's hyper-competitive business environment requires that everyone pull in the same direction; it appears that well-meaning legislators have managed to pass a law that will be detrimental to the larger economy and ultimately to those workers they only sought to protect. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Industrial relations and corporate governance
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A comparison between models of industrial relations in the US and the UK, with particular reference to the role of trades unions and government, and an analysis of the way in which different models of corporate governance in various countries affect labour relations. Bibliography lists 7 sources
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Industrial Workers Of The World
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6 pages in length. The very reason the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) came into existence was in order to call forth "that spirit of revolt and resistance that is so necessary a part of the equipment of any organization of the workers in their struggle for economic independence" (St. John, 1917, p. PG). While labor unions may have already been in existence during this time, there was an integral component conspicuously absent from the manner by which they operated, pointing to a severe separation between the working class and the employing class. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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