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Business Sciences and Management Journal (BSMJ), Volume 2, Jan 2017

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In order to tackle three critical issues, namely, high unemployment, a worsening income distribution and global warming, simultaneously, many governments around the world have adopted the strategy of promoting a green economy. Recently, many businesses have also been turning themselves into green businesses to strengthen their competitiveness. In view of the consistent decline in trade union membership worldwide, some have argued that trade unions should also go green by helping their employers become green businesses and therefore helping their members to get green jobs which are more stable, better paid and that provide better working conditions than traditional jobs. However, there is no guarantee that green jobs are more stable and better paid than traditional jobs. Therefore, there has also arisen an argument that Asian countries should look to their own culture and search for a different type of IR system which is a better fit for their own culture and able to provide more stable and better jobs.

Author(s): DR. JOSEPH S. LEE
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