6 and 7 p5 - Barriers to Multinational Bargaining Widely...

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Barriers to Multinational Bargaining Widely varying industrial relations laws and practices among countries No central, international authority for global labor relations or labor law Major economic and cultural differences among countries Employer opposition Reluctance of national level union leaders Absence of a centralized decision-making authority for unions Lack of coordinated activities by unions across national boundaries Differing national priorities Employee unwillingness to subordinate local concerns to the concerns of foreign workers Dealing with International Labor Organizations •What rules will apply to the resolution of disputes? •What rules will apply to the process of negotiations? •What law will cover the negotiations, e.g., between companies in two or more countries or between companies and their unions in multiple countries? •Councils •Have the right to receive information and to be consulted relative to decisions the firm makes that will have social and economic consequences
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6 and 7 p5 - Barriers to Multinational Bargaining Widely...

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