China's Trade Unions and Management
This book examines the role of trade unions vis-à-vis management in the People's Republic of China from 1949 to the present day. It deals with the evolution, reform and consolidation of the Chinese labour movement and, particularly, the role of the main arm of Chinese organized labour, the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) at both the apex and grass-roots levels. It not only covers the recent history of Chinese trade unions but also assesses their strategy and structure and membership as well as their legal context. After this, it goes on to consider their role vis-à-vis management in both the State-owned as well as the foreign-funded sectors. Last, it compares their activities with organized labour in three Overseas Chinese societies, namely Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.
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1994 Labour Law ACFTU activities administration All-China Federation Article Asian auditing commissions autonomous Beijing cent central Chapter China Chinese labour movement Chinese trade unions Chinese workers collective contracts Communist Cultural Revolution democratic management Deng Xiaoping elected employers employment Federation of Trade foreign foreign-funded enterprises grass-roots Guangdong Hong Kong ibid industrial relations industrial trade unions industrial unions institutional iron rice bowl joint ventures labour force labour market labour organizations leadership legislation Mainland membership ment million National Congress NTUC official organizational organized labour Overseas Chinese Party political primary trade union Regulations representative rights and interests role Shenzhen Singapore social socialist socialist market economy SOEs staff members state-owned strategy structure Taiwan tion trade union centre trade union committees Trade Union Council trade union federations Trade Union Law trade union organizations tripartite union members urban vis-à-vis wage workers and staff workforce workplace Xinhua News Agency