Chapter 3 – Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation, 2nd Edition

Chapter 3

 

1. Cole, G.D.H. (1947). A Short History of the British Working Class Movement. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., p. 41

2. Cole, G.D.H. (1947). A Short History of the British Working Class Movement. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., p. 41

3. Webb, S. and Webb, B. (1950). The History of Trade Unionism. London: Longman Green & Co., p. 113

4. Webb, S. and Webb, B. (1950). The History of Trade Unionism. London: Longman Green & Co., p. 135

5. Webb, S. and Webb, B. (1950). The History of Trade Unionism. London: Longman Green & Co., pp. 153–54

6. Cole, G.D.H. (1947). A Short History of the British Working Class Movement. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., p. 16

7. Roberts, B.C. (1958). The Trades Union Congress (1868–1921). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, pp. 35–36

8. Roberts, B.C. (1958). The Trades Union Congress (1868–1921). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, pp. 44–45

9. Flanders, A. (1957). Trade Unions. New York: Hutchinson University Library, p. 22

10. Pelling, H. (1963). A History of British Trade Unionism. London: Macmillan, p. 209

11. Pelling, H. (1963). A History of British Trade Unionism. London: Macmillan, p. 210

12. Carley, M. (2007). Fall in Trade Union Membership Reported (http://www.erofound.Erofound.Europa.eu/ero/2007/07/articles/uk)

13. TUC. (2007). How Has Trade Union Membership Changed in Recent Years?, p. 1 (http://www.bized.co.uk/compact/tuc)

14. Gillespie, A. Foundations of Economics. Oxford University Press, Oxford: Online Resource Centre, p. 1

15. Gillespie, A. Foundations of Economics. Oxford University Press, Oxford: Online Resource Centre, p. 1

16. Brien, P.O. (2007). British Unions Gather to Face New Challenges, p. 2 (http://www.econ.usyd.edu.auwos/worksite/obrien.html)

17. Brien, P.O. (2007). British Unions Gather to Face New Challenges, p. 2 (http://www.econ.usyd.edu.auwos/worksite/obrien.html)

18. Trades Unions Congress. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopaedia, p. 1 (http://www.tuc.org.uk)

19. Richardson, H. (1960). An Introduction to the Study of Industrial Relations. London: George Allen and Unwin, p. 183

20. See the section of the Chapter under sub-head “1880–99”

21. Harrison, M. (1961). Trade Unions and Labour Party Since 1945. London: George Allen and Unwin, p. 337

22. Harrison, M. (1961). Trade Unions and Labour Party Since 1945. London: George Allen and Unwin, p. 340

23. Harrison, M. (1961). Trade Unions and Labour Party Since 1945. London: George Allen and Unwin, p. 340

24. Gall, G. (2007). Trade Unions and the Labour Party—Making Up or Breaking Up, Frontline 15, p. 1

25. James, S. (5 June, 1998). Britain’s Labour Government Issues New Policy on Trade Unions, International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI) U.K. p. 1 (http://www.wsws.org./news/1998/Jun 1998/uk-j5shtml)

26. See subsequent section of the Chapter

27. James, S. Britain’s Labour Government Issues New Policy on Trade Unions, p. 1 (http://www.wsws.org./news/1998/Jun 1998/uk-j5shtml)

28. See Table 3.1

29. For example, Amicus, GMB, TGWU and Unison

30. Gall, G. Trade Unions and the Labour Party—Making Up or Breaking Up, p. 5 (http:www.redflagorg.uk/frontline/15/15unions.html)

31. Hicks, J. and Allen, G. (December 1999) Strikes in the U.K.: Withering Away? Research Paper 99/111. In: A Century of Change: Trends in UK Statistics Since 1990, p. 1

32. Hicks, J. and Allen, G. (December 1999) Strikes in the U.K.: Withering Away? Research Paper 99/111. In: A Century of Change: Trends in UK Statistics Since 1990, p. 2

33. Employment Relations Act, 2004—Explanatory Notes (http://www.opsi.gov.uk/ACTS/acts 2004/en/ukgaen/20040024-en-1), p. 2

34. Department for Business Enterprises and Regulatory Reform (BERR), Employment Relations Act (2004)

35. Explanatory Notes to Employment Relations Act (2004) (http://www.opsi.gov.uk./ACTS/acts 2004/en/ukpgaeon-20040024-en-1)

36. Employment Relations Act 2004 Begins to Come into Force (2004) (http://www.erofound.europa.en/eiro/2004/11 inbrief/uk 041110/n.htm)