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Title
Informal workers and collective action Informal workers and collective action :
Type
Text
Subject
Informal sector (Economics)--Employees.
Informal sector (Economics)--Employees--Labor unions--Organizing.
Employee rights.
Labor movement.
Language
English
Classification
LCC: HD2341 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 331 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2016050096
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Table Of Contents
Port workers in Colombia : reinstatement as formal workers / Daniel Hawkins
Retail and hospitality workers in South Africa : organized by trade union of formal workers to demand equal pay and benefits / Sahra Ryklief
Haitian migrant workers in Dominican Republic : organized by trade union of formal workers to demand worker rights / Janice Fine and Allison J. Petrozziello
Domestic workers in Uruguay : collective bargaining agreement and legal protection / Mary R. Goldsmith
Beer promoters in Cambodia : formal status and coverage under the labor code / Mary Evans
Informalized government workers in Tunisia : reinstatement as formal workers with collective bargaining rights / Stephen Juan King
Mini-bus drivers in Georgia : secure jobs and worker rights / Elza Jerenaia and Gocha Aleksandria
Waste pickers in Brazil : recognition and annual bonus / Sonia Maria Dias and Vera Alice Cardoso Silva
Street vendors in Liberia : a written agreement city authorities and a secure workplace / Milton A. Weeks and Pewee Reed
Conclusion : expanding the boundaries of labor organizing and collective bargaining / Susan J. Schurman, Adrienne E. Eaton, Martha A. Chen.
Authorized Access Point
Eaton, Adrienne E., Informal workers and collective action
Authorized Access Point Variant
Schurman, Susan J., Informal workers and collective action
Chen, Martha Alter, Informal workers and collective action