The Influence of Regional and International Organizations on Multinational Corporations and International Labor Relations
Chiappetta, Cynthia Lee
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Examine the influence of regional and global organizations on multinational corporations and international labor relations. Focus on the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the International Labor Organization, the European Economic Community and the United Nations, identifying important guidelines and recent developments within the organization affecting labor law and the multinational enterprise. Locate the various pressure points involved in the formation, implementation and enforcement of these guidelines, with an emphasis on the international trade union movement. Finally, determine the short-, medium- and long-term impact of regional and international organizations on the labor relations function and the actions which can be taken to continue successful labor relations.
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