Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Diane Elson and Ruth Pearson.|
|Contributions||Elson, Diane., Pearson, Ruth, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||HD6336 .W66 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
|ISBN 10||0333438779, 033346706X|
|LC Control Number||90118593|
Get this from a library! Women's employment and multinationals in Europe. [Diane Elson; Ruth Pearson;] -- This book examines the interaction between multinationals and women in UK, Ireland, France and Germany, looking at inward investment by US and Japanese multinationals, as well as outward investment. Based on extensive original research, this volume examines contemporary patterns of womens employment in Europe in the context of the profound economic, social and cultural changes that have taken place in recent years. It considers the progress made towards equal treatment in the labour market in the light of European Union action programmes Cited by: Jackson P., Barry U. () Women’s Employment and Multinationals in the Republic of Ireland: The Creation of a New Female Labour Force. In: Elson D., Pearson R. (eds) Women’s Employment and Multinationals in by: 5. Information from 30 developing countries is analyzed to provide examples of women workers employed by multinational enterprises operating in the agricultural sector, agribusiness, manufacturing and service sectors. Examines women's age, marital status, skills, occupations, hours of work, wages, and job satisfaction. Comments on related labour legislation and on social implications for the.
In , EU employment policy appears to have contributed to increasing women's participation in the Spanish labour market, while EU equal opportunities policy is also having an effect on women's employment. However, some of the new employment for women is temporary, precarious and in . American Multinationals in Europe: Managing Employment Relations Across National Borders. Some of the key questions in employment relations, comparative business, and globalization revolve around the extent to which businesses embody a national business system, and what happens when these employment models are exported to other national settings. In the past women have, it is reported, gained benefits through collective bargaining under the protective umbrella of the trade unions. Nowadays, with the appearance of new forms of employment and the prevalence of human resources development policies, collective bargaining has . Women work in less valued jobs and sectors (health, education and welfare sectors), receive lower remuneration, and work more part-time than men (women account for over 75% of part-timers). The Europe targets set a 75% employment rate for both women and men.
Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Women’s Employment in Europe: Trends and Prospects Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you. only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. This book addresses some of the major contemporary issues in comparative business and employment relations. At its core are the findings of a four-year exploration of the management of employment relations in American multinational companies in the UK, Germany, Ireland, and Spain. The Employment in Europe report is one of the tools to support the design and implementation of Member States' employment policies. This year's report focuses on two major themes that reflect the current priorities of employment policies at EU level. The first theme is an assessment of the labour market adjustments since the onset of the crisis. There is still a gulf between men and women’s employment, and between developed and developing countries. Image: UN On the other hand, in developing countries multinationals are found to be associated with an even larger gender wage gap than domestic ﬁrms.