Although lack of intra-union coordination explains the failure of Liverpool campaign, why TGWU chose not to endorse its members in Liverpool still remains to be explained empirically. Inter-union coordination requires a positive, constructive relationship especially between the union that is at the centre of the dispute and that initiates the campaign, and the union representing workers of the multinational company in its home country. Both UFCW and SEIU had tense and uneasy relations with home unions in the UK, respectively, USDAW representing Tesco workers and GMB representing G4S workers. [Extracted from the article]
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