The paper examines a union initiative to recruit among migrant workers through the provision of individual services outside of the workplace. While the initiative is shown to have initially generated new members, questions are raised about the viability of such an approach in the absence of mutually supportive access to workplace representation.
James, PhilipKarmowska, Joanna
Faculty of Business\Department of Business and Management
Year of publication: 2016Date of RADAR deposit: 2016-05-05