Manufacturing Meltdown: Reshaping Steel Work

December 1, 2011

From the Publisher:

In the 1980s, following decades of booming business, the global steel industry went into a precipitous decline, which necessitated significant restructuring. Management demanded workers’ increased participation in evermore temporary and insecure labour. Engaging the workers at the flagship Stelco plant in Hamilton, the authors document new management strategies and the responses of unionized workforces to them. These investigations provide valuable insights into the dramatic changes occurring within the Canadian steel industry.

Manufacturing Meltdown: Reshaping Steel Work, by D.W. Livingstone, Dorothy E. Smith and Warren Smith. Halifax, NS : Fernwood Pub., 2011. 218 p. ISBN 9781552664025

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