Edited by Gregor Gall
Chapter 13: Beyond the workplace: how civil society organisations attempt to exercise regulatory influence over work and employment
This chapter examines how civil society organisations exercise regulatory influence from the outside of workplaces. Although such organisations are not new, there is growing recognition that the regulatory environment in respect of work and employment has become more complex, with the diminution of joint regulation through collective bargaining allowing space for the emergence of alternative regulatory arrangements, including those involving civil society organisations.
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