Horizontal Organisation In The Workplace Talk Glasgow Tues. 6th March 7pm

Horizontal Organisation In The Workplace. A Talk by A.Rice

 Tuesday 6th March


The Electron Club


350 Sauchiehall Street


G2 3JD

As managerialism kicks in and workplace pressures increase,  creating  a strong united voice is vital to protecting ourselves as workers.  Our Union branch divided the single Rep’s role into 7 jobs,so sharing the power. We found that evolving union structures from a hierarchy to a shared power model was crucial to maintaining a presence in these brutal times.             A.Rice

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3 responses to “Horizontal Organisation In The Workplace Talk Glasgow Tues. 6th March 7pm



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