Redes sindicais transfronteiriças em corporações transnacionais: uma comparação entre setores

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https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2021.184497

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Redes sindicais, Corporações transnacionais, Organização transfronteiriça

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Este artigo analisa redes sindicais transfronteiras em Empresas Transnacionais (ETNs) nos setores químico e metalúrgico, confecção do vestuário, comércio e bancário, no Brasil. Conceitualizadas como respostas sindicais globais para a crescente expansão das ETNs, tais redes têm sido estabelecidas em diferentes parâmetros no país, se envolvido com grandes empresas fora das estruturas tradicionais de relações de trabalho e se arriscando no campo controverso do diálogo social, responsabilidade corporativa e governança privada. Partindo de diferentes bagagens metodológicas de pesquisa, nossos resultados sugerem que redes sindicais em ETNs podem ser utilizadas para rearranjar prerrogativas sindicais em diferentes níveis, mas continuam enraizadas em estruturas institucionais prévias. Nesse sentido, tais sindicatos incorporam limites prévios de atuação, como a exclusão de grupos relevantes de trabalhadores(as), mesmo nos casos em que estes(as) podem expandir o campo de ação de sindicatos.

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Biografia do Autor

Ricardo Framil Filho, Universidade de São Paulo

PhD candidate in sociology at the University of São Paulo. His interests centre on globalization, labour, and social movements, and his doctoral research focuses on struggles within transnational corporations. His latest publications include “From global unions to the shop floor: Trade union networks in transnational corporations in Brazil”, Global Labour Journal, 10 (3), 2019, and “Trabalho, sindicatos e proteção social na pandemia de 2020: notas sobre o caso brasileiro”, Ciências Sociais Unisinos, 5 (2), 2020. 

Katiuscia Moreno Galhera, Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados

Professor at the Graduation Program of Sociology at the Federal University of Metropolitan Dourados (UFGD), in Brazil. Her areas of specialization are gender, labor, social movements, transnational corporations, global supply chains and Latin American political economy. She holds a postdoc in Sociology of Work from Londrina State University (Brazil) (2019). Last publication includes the book Labor contestation in Walmart Brazil: Limits of global diffusion in Latin America, London, Palgrave, 2021 (co-authored with Scott Martin e João Paulo Veiga). 

Leonardo Mello e Silva, Universidade de São Paulo

Professor of sociology at University of São Paulo, Brazil. His researches and areas of interest cover the world of labour in a wide sense: labour process, labour market, unionism, industrial relations, globalization and social movements. He has supervised regularly graduate students interested in those domains.

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2021-08-16

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Framil Filho, R. ., Galhera, K. M., & Silva, L. M. e . (2021). Redes sindicais transfronteiriças em corporações transnacionais: uma comparação entre setores. Tempo Social, 33(2), 163-182. https://doi.org/10.11606/0103-2070.ts.2021.184497

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Dossiê - Lutas trabalhistas transnacionais e repertórios políticos