This article examines and evaluates the experiences of British unions in recruiting and organizing Polish migrant workers. It concludes that while British unions have been pursuing a range of relevant initiatives that seem to address key challenges confronting the recruitment and organization of such workers, these initiatives embody a number of significant weaknesses that cast doubts over their long-term outcomes.
James, PhilKarmowska, Joanna
Year of publication: 2010Date of RADAR deposit: 2019-04-24
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