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The shifting contours of collective bargaining in the manufacturing sector in the Republic of Ireland: Government, employer and union responses since the economic crisis

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posted on 2019-12-10, 20:25 authored by Eugene Hickland, TONY DUNDONTONY DUNDON
This article examines the responses of the industrial relations actors to the economic crisis in Ireland and the impact on collective bargaining. The data were collected at national, sectoral and workplace levels. We find the existence of both change and continuity, with increased diversity in collective bargaining in manufacturing, including a distinct shift to enterprise bargaining shaped by the capacity of management and local union representatives to adapt to wider pressures. We consider the implications for government, employers and unions.

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European Journal of Industrial Relations;22 (3), pp. 235-249

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SAGE Publications

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peer-reviewed

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English

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