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Les changements en milieu de travail au Quebec: politiques governementales et reponses syndicales

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  • Bergeron, J.G.
  • Bourque, R.
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    Les experiences de cooperation patronale-syndicale se sont multipliees au Quebec au cours des annees recentes, en parallele a l'implantation des nouvelles formes d'organisation du travail et de mecanismes de participation syndicale a la gestion des milieux de travail. Cette tendance s'est manifestee de maniere evidente dans le secetru prive, particulierement dans les entreprises manufacurieres qui doivent faire face a une concurrence decoulant de la globalisation des marches. Nous voulons faire ressortir dans cet article que l'experience du Quebec en matiere de reorganisation du travail est unique en Amerique du Nord en raison de la complementarite des politiques governementales favorisant le cooperation patronale-syndicale.

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    Paper provided by Montreal - Relations industrielles, Tire-a-part in its series Papers with number 126.

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    Length: 17 pages
    Date of creation: 1997
    Handle: RePEc:fth:montrt:126
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