publication . Preprint . 1992

Women workers and unions in Europe: an analysis by industrial sector.

Hastings, S; Coleman M;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 1992
Abstract
Based on a survey carried out in 1992. Identifies various factors influencing the degree of trade unionization of women. Studies the concentration and growth of women's employment in part-time work and the small firm sector. Covers the relationship between union membership and the extent of unemployment insurance, maternity leave and maternity benefits.
Subjects
free text keywords: women workers, trade unionization, equal rights, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, survey, economic sector, labour force participation, labour market segmentation, part time employment, small enterprise, trade union attitude, collective bargaining, unemployment benefit, maternity leave, maternity benefit, child care, bibliography, graph, statistical table, travailleuses, syndicalisation, droits égaux, Europe orientale, Europe occidentale, enquête, secteur économique, taux d'activité, segmentation du marché du travail, emploi à temps partiel, petite entreprise, attitude syndicale, négociation collective, prestations de chômage, congé de maternité, prestations de maternité, soins aux enfants, bibliographie, graphique, tableau statistique, trabajadoras, sindicalización, igualdad de derechos, Europa Oriental, Europa Occidental, encuesta, sector económico, tasa de actividad de mano de obra, segmentación del mercado de trabajo, empleo a tiempo parcial, pequeña empresa, actitud sindical, negociación colectiva, prestaciones por desempleo, licencia de maternidad, prestaciones de maternidad, cuidado infantil, bibliografía, gráfico, cuadros estadísticos

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