4 edition of Global Tourism and Informal LAbour Relations found in the catalog.
April 30, 2006
Written in English
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Global tourism and informal labour relations: the small-scale syndrome at work. [Godfrey Baldacchino] Confronting Global Tourism -- 2. Policy Dilemmas and the Small-scale Lens -- 3. Informal Labour Relations -- 6. The Small-scale Syndrome at Work II: Competing for Loyalty -- 7.
Relating to Theory -- 8. Questions for Management, Labour. The worldwide expansion of the tourism industry creates many encounters between global agents and local forces, yet the host-guest interaction is rarely considered from the point of view of the experience of work.
This study documents and discusses such a global-local encounter, based on fieldwork carried out in hotels in Barbados and Malta. Social partners are also developing their relations with workers and enterprises in the informal economy.
Formalization of the economy is a complex and long term process that often requires to combine interventions on laws and regulations with those aiming to foster productivity and the ability to generate wealth. Co-published by the ILO and James Currey, the General Labour History of Africa is a landmark in the study of labour history.
It brings, for the first time, an African perspective within a global context to the study of labour and labour : Stefano Bellucci and Andreas Eckert. Co-published with the International Labour Organization on the centenary of its founding inthe General Labour History of Africa is a landmark in the study of labour history.
It brings, for the first time, an African perspective within a global context to the study of labour and labour relations.
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It can also happen that business entities, namely, multinationals, from other countries come knocking at. The book is a gateway to understanding how intimacy and labour organize themselves in both formal and informal social structures.
In addition, it illustrates the ways in which intimacy has become linked with issues of ethnicity, sexuality, race, class, and other power relations in the context of globalization as well as continued socio. The informal sector can be described as a grey market in labour.
Other concepts that can be characterized as informal sector can include the black market (shadow economy, underground economy), agorism, and System D.
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Tourism is travel for pleasure or business; also the theory and practice of touring, the business of attracting, accommodating, and entertaining tourists, and the business of operating tours.
The World Tourism Organization defines tourism more generally, in terms which go "beyond the common perception of tourism as being limited to holiday activity only", as people "traveling to.
Employee Relations Mike Leat is currently the Head of the HRS, Operations Management and Business Strategy Group in the Business School at the University of Plymouth. He has been involved with and in employee relations for most of his working life, both as an academic andFile Size: KB.
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According to the latest annual report by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), tourism’s contribution to global GDP grew by % in This was higher than the entire world economy’s rate of growth. Especially in developing countries, tourism.
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It brings, for the first time, an African perspective within a global context to the study of labour and labour relations. Forced labour, human trafficking and slavery; Freedom of association; Future of work; Gender equality; Globalization; Green jobs; HIV/AIDS; Indigenous and tribal peoples; Informal sector; Labour inspection and administration; Labour law; Labour migration; Maritime Labour Convention; Maternity protection; Millennium Development Goals.
Legislation and employment relations in South Africa: A narrative overview of workplace dispute Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Governance and Regulation (print) 4(4) Author: Themba Mzangwa. ABSTRACTPerspectives on the informal economy having evolved over time from a notion of a separate and disappearing sector to a broader focus that takes account of the wide range of economic activities that comprise informal work and focuses on processes and on the interdependencies of the formal and informal economic spheres.
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