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The world of work has changed, yet it has also stayed the same. There has been a decline in the numbers working in manufacturing jobs, and an increase in numbers working in the service industry. There have also been the creation of totally new occupations based around computer work. However, it is also the same in that there has always been fragmentation within the workforce. There has always been a diversity of experiences.
A number of issues are being discussed in this article. Firstly has the workplace changed fundamentally such that people increasingly are in temporary work rather than permanent work? Secondly is the division between work time and non-work time dissolving, are we spending more of our lives 'in work'? Thirdly are the non-work aspects of life becoming increasingly insecure?
An in-depth analysis of the current economic phase adopted by the FdCA during its 6th Congress in 2004. The document forms part of the FdCA's Political Strategy.
1. In the document approved during the Florence Congress in 1997, the passage from the international economy's Keynesian period to the neo-liberalist model was described synthetically in the following table.
Period - Technology - Production - Market - Structure - Control
Up to 1970s - Electro-mechanics - Fordism - Oligopolies - Nation State - Currency
Since 1980s - 6 Technologies - Fragmented cycle - Competition for segments network of companies - Homogeneous areas - ?
We left the final box relating to the control mechanism over the whole economic cycle empty on purpose, the problem not being even considered as it was hoped that the system would find its balance in the forces of the free market. Now, however, this conviction seems destined for the rubbish bin and with it the whole framework which guided the world's economic policies. Our task now is therefore to complete a third line in the table, one which describes the new tendencies in international capitalism.
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Like all good capitalists, in the face of the possibility that workers may get above their position, the CBI is calling on the state to bolster its power. By raising interest rates, they hope to drive weaker firms to the wall and, consequently, increase unemployment and so scare the remaining workers into keeping their heads down and work harder for longer.
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