The complete Wiehahn Report - Parts 1-6 and the white paper on each part. With notes by Prof N E Wiehahn

By: Wiehahn, Prof N E

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761 pages (complete). In very good, magisterial condition. In 1979, the Wiehahn Commission was authorised to investigate how to regulate labour legislation. The growth of unregistered trade unions, inadequate control over them, their unchecked receipt of funds and support from abroad was unacceptable to the State and recommendations to stem this were sought. This is first part of the report. The Commission warned that the solution, the Commission advocated, was not to ban Black trade unions as this would drive them underground. Among its recommendations were that Government recognise Black trade unions and migrant workers and encourage them to register, the establishment of a regulated unitary system of union registration, abolish job reservation, retain the closed shop bargaining system, create a National Manpower Commission, and to introduce an Industrial Court to resolve industrial litigation. However, Black trade unions were still required to register with the state ensuring government control. The cover is smart and dignified as befitting a government publication. There is mild marking. The binding and spine are muscular and resolute. The papertrims have some shelving and handling marks. There is a previous owner signature on the inside front cover. The pages are clear, clean, sure, tight, earnest and sober. fkOrders over $50.00 are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.

Title: The complete Wiehahn Report - Parts 1-6 and the white paper on each part. With notes by Prof N E Wiehahn

Author Name: Wiehahn, Prof N E

Categories: Apartheid Era,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Lex Patria: 1982

ISBN Number: 0628021690

ISBN Number 13: 9780628021694

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: aswm

Keywords: JPG