HUMAN DIGNITY OF WORKERS AND COMPETITION

Wolfgang Däubler

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The capitalist economic system treats the worker as a commodity, an object, in contradiction to the idea of human dignity. However, there are mitigations to this trend: the qualification of the worker, the protection of labor laws, the role of collective bargaining, the unwritten rules of coexistence among enterprises, their workers and society itself. Nevertheless, the inherent market forces such as globalization, neoliberalism and generalized social and economic deregulation flaunt more strength. The counterpoint to this weakening process of Unions, collective bargaining and strikes involves the search for new and efficient practices by the Union movement, among which stand out the actions in virtual network (network), the mechanisms of sensitization and mobilization of public opinion and diversification of the legal action of the Unions.


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Work as a commodity. Classic mitigations to its decommodisation. Contemporary reinvigoration of market forces. New ways to Union actions

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Direitos autorais 2015 Revista Direito das Relações Sociais e Trabalhistas