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-Ppts class 10 wsql - Work Society and the Quality of Life Class 10 Globalization Charles Heckscher Click to edit Master subtitle style Sue

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Charles Heckscher Sue Schurman Fall, 2010 Work, Society, and the Quality of Life
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Submitting paper draft Include in filename: Group # and “draft”
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Concerted Activity The NLRA protects employees’ rights to engage in  protected  concerted activity  with or without a union. Concerted Activity is: 1.  2 or more employees addressing their employer about  improving conditions or pay 2.  An employee speaking to the employer about  her/himself and at least one other 3.  2 or more employees discussing pay or other work  related issues with each other
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NLRB and Facebook The NLRB filed a complaint against an employer for  firing an employee who criticized the employer on her  facebook page. Considered a groundbreaking case because of the  social media issue – is under appea Labor law experts predict that this case will bring  attention to the NLRA from many employees who  were unaware of its existence or the concerted activity  protection in nonunion settings
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Evidence
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Impacts of globalization exports and imports as a percentage of the country's gross domestic product The Globalization Conundrum - Source: Commerce Department; Imports and Exports Increase as Trade Barriers Lessen
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US manufacturing jobs 1975-2005:  32%   21% of total US employment US service jobs Potential outsourcing of ~10% Impacts of globalization McKinsey Quarterly, “Sizing the emerging global labor market”, 2006
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Consequences of globalization Increased inequality (at least within countries) Disruption of traditional cultures and relations  conflict
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increase 1975-2002 World 3451 Central Africa 144 Southeastern Africa 213 Northern Africa 545 Southern Asia 1394 Asia Pacific
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course LXKV 0439 taught by Professor Susan` during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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