There are thousands of women active in trade unions, yet the image of industrial relations and unionism as a male preserve still lingers. Who decides the issues, strategies and tactics which unions pursue? Do women unionists see things differently? What constitutes a feminist approach to wages?
Recommended CitationConnor, Louise, Whats in it for Women? A Roundtable on Women in Unions, Australian Left Review, 1(100), 1987, 17-23.