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|Title:||Industrial relations in the port of Durban : the implementation of the National Dock Labour Scheme / Simon Stratton.|
|Author:||Stratton, Simon Damien|
|School/Discipline:||School of Social Sciences, Discipline of Labour Studies|
Dept. of Social Inquiry
|Abstract:||"This thesis investigates South African industrial relations through a case study of the implementation of a pilot dock labour Scheme in the port of Durban (between 1994-2001) which was part of the Transport and General Workers Union's (TGWU) proposed National Dock Labour Scheme (NDLS). The case study is selected to examine dock workers in the port of Durban, Africa's largest container port." -- SYNOPSIS|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, School of Social Sciences, Discipline of Labour Studies and Dept. of Social Inquiry, 2004|
Industrial relations South Africa Durban Case studies.
Bibliography: leaves 354-383.
385 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
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