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Restructuring health services and labour

Mike Sheaff

Restructuring health services and labour

management and union relations in an English health authority

by Mike Sheaff

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1993.

StatementMike Sheaff.
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Open LibraryOL21369825M

Health services are one of the fundamental sectors of society and the economy. The ILO endorses the fundamental principles of the human right to health and social protection. Providing social health protection and equal access to quality health care has significant positive effects on individual and public health, economic growth and. HEALTH LABOUR RELATIONS REORGANIZATION c. H The Health Labour Relations Reorganization Act will be established as a result of restructuring the delivery of health services The commissioner shall make regulations reorganizing labour relations between health sector employers and employees and resolving issues arising out of.

This book critically investigates the conditions of seafarers’ rights in China in legislation and in practice, focusing in particular on the restructuring process following the Maritime Labour Convention. Accordingly, it poses key research questions to major Chinese stakeholders to gauge their. Restructuring can leave retained staff feeling insecure Management may think change is good. But even with no jobs lost, staff get left in dark.

The department also had responsibility over areas that are no longer associated with health, such as water and sewage functions (prior to ), mental retardation facilities and children's services (transferred to the Ministry of Community and Social Services in ), and occupational health (transferred to the Ministry of Labour in ).Formed: (current name since June 17, ). Downloadable! Restructuring has become a daily practice in both private and public sectors in the EU. But often restructuring processes fail to produce the intended effects of secured or increased organizational profi tability. On the contrary restructuring puts the physical and psychosocial health of all organizational members at risk. To limit the risks of enterprise restructuring.


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