Labour and Globalization: The Call Centre Service Industry in India


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Labour and Globalization: The Call Centre Service Industry in India
Introduction to the Issue
The way that globalization has advanced over the last few years has shifted the way that services are provided on a global basis. The impact of globalization, or the move towards the development of worldwide policies, corporate bodies, and cultural practices, has had a huge impact on the world in recent years. As globalization takes hold and trade barriers decrease, companies have been moving their product and service development to countries which have the cheapest available labour. To this end, it is not globalization itself, but rather specific dimensions of the practice, such as governance shifts away from political structures and toward...
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