Globalization challenges labor in every country to seek new and diverse ways to defend the rights and benefits of workers. These workshops provide a framework for examining labor education and labor relations systems globally. By studying the labor education and labor relations systems in China and the U.S., as well as other countries, comparatively, it is possible to gain a broader perspective on labor movements and the forces that continue to shape labor’s choices and strategies.
- May Chen - U.S.-China Comparative Labor Relations, An Introduction
- E. Patrick McDermott - Comparing China and U.S. Employment Law
- Elaine Bernard - Comparative Industrial Relations and Global Movements
- Dan Katz - The system of labor education in the U.S.
- European Trade Union Institute - Worker Representation in the European Union
- Diane Frey - Labor Relations through a Comparative Institutional Lens
- Works Council Elections in Germany
- PMcDermott China US Comparative Employment Law