Unfair Advantage Workers' Freedom of Association in the United States under International Human Rights Standards

ISBN-10: 0801489644

ISBN-13: 9780801489648

Edition: 2004

Authors: Lance Compa

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Book details

List price: $24.50
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Publication date: 7/29/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 264
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction, 2004
Note on Methodology
Summary
Policy and Reality
Workers' Voices
International Human Rights and Workers
International Labor Rights Norms
Findings and Recommendations
General
Immigrant Workers
Agricultural Workers
H-2A Workers
Workers' Freedom of Association Under International Human Rights Law
The International Background
International Human Rights Instruments
Regional Instruments
ILO Conventions and OECD Guidelines
U.S. Commitments in the Multilateral Setting
U.S. Trade Laws
The North American Free Trade Agreement
Freedom of Association Under U.S. Labor Law
The U.S. Legal Framework for Workers' Freedom of Association
How Workers Form and Join Trade Unions in the United States
How the National Labor Relations Board Works
Case Studies of Violations of Workers' Freedom of Association
Context: The Increase in Workers' Rights Violations under U.S. Law
Service Sector Workers
South Florida Nursing Homes
San Francisco, California Hotels
Food Processing Workers
North Carolina Pork Processing
Detroit, Michigan Snack Foods
Manufacturing Workers
Baltimore, Maryland Packaging Industry
Northbrook, Illinois Telecommunications Castings
New Orleans, Louisiana Shipbuilding
New York City Apparel Shops
Migrant Agricultural Workers
Washington State Apple Industry
North Carolina Farmworkers and the H-2A Program
Contingent Workers
High-Tech Computer Programmers
Express Package Delivery Workers
Legal Obstacles to U.S. Workers' Exercise of Freedom of Association
Defenseless Workers: Exclusions in U.S. Labor Law
Agricultural Workers
Domestic Workers
Independent Contractors
Supervisors
Managers
Other Exclusions
Public Employees
Colorado Steelworkers, the Right to Strike and Permanent Replacements in U.S. Labor Law
Worker Solidarity and Secondary Boycotts
Conclusion, 2004
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