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by Michael Ironside,Roger Seifert

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0199240752
Author:
Michael Ironside,Roger Seifert
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English
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Oxford University Press (March 22, 2001)
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Throughout the 1980s Mrs Thatcher dominated political life in the UK and Thatcherism became the shorthand for a. .

Throughout the 1980s Mrs Thatcher dominated political life in the UK and Thatcherism became the shorthand for a series of political initiatives all over the world. This book takes a differentstance through a detailed analysis of the responses of NALGO (The National and Local Government Officers Association) members, activists, leaders, and officials to the government's public sector reform and restructuring programme. Employees in health, local government, and education faced cuts in funding, compulsory competitive tendering, internal markets, and new management practices associated with HRM and TQM.

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University of Wolverhampton. For instance NALGO (the National and Local Government Officers Association) was formed in 1905 by a merger of the Municipal Officers' Association and the Liverpool Municipal Officers' Guild (Ironside and Seifert, 2000). Public Sector Disputes and Third Party Intervention.

This book provides detailed evidence of how the largest UK public sector union fought against the neo-liberal policies of the Thatcher governments. In particular it traces the union's opposition to privatization, and its responses to the introduction of market mechanisms in local government, education, and the National Health Service.

The History of NALGO 1979-93. by Mike Ironside, Michael Ironside, Roger Seifert. Published March 22, 2001 by Oxford University Press, USA.

Author:Seifert, Roger. Book Binding:Hardback. World of Books Ltd was founded in 2005, recycling books sold to us through charities either directly or indirectly. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Throughout the 1980s, Margaret Thatcher dominated political life in the UK. This work analyzes the responses of NALGO (The National and Local Government Officers Association) members, activists, leaders, and officials to the government's public sector reform and restructuring programme.

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This book provides detailed evidence of how the largest UK public sector union fought against the neo-liberal policies of the Thatcher governments. In particular it traces the union's opposition to privatization, and its responses to the introduction of market mechanisms in local government, education, and the National Health Service. The authors' research reveals a vibrant and democratic culture located in the best traditions of progressive trade unionism.