With the intensification in the decade of 90 of the process of the capital and the productive globalization, the world of transofmrative deep changes. There the model of production in this new context is not alone ofordismo and the taylorismo, adds the toyotismo, Japanese model queconsegue to very explicitar well this new phase of exploration of the capitalism. Notoyotismo the laborers are multipurpose, divided in work groups eassim they compete between team and itself. With this model intitui one maiorcontrole between workers and a bigger envolvement of the worker in the seuofcio: thus the great effect of the toyotismo is to articulate in original way capitalist decoero and the laboring assent. It is joined this model aautomao, the robotics and microelectronics provoking a revolution tecnolgicaque goes to especially cause to transformations in the world the work and in the classeoperria.

He is well-known to perceive that all these aspects modify aforma of being of the proletariat in the measure that flexibiliza the unit manufacter, disconcentrates the production and involves the force of work in the management provoking um’ ‘ estranhamento’ ‘ of the work. Leading belief of that produtividade objective common to all, however does not disappear the subordinaocapital-subjectivity of the work, its conscience of classroom, affecting assimseus organisms of fight. It is in this scope that if inserts the unions. The unions that a fight history has in 80 years, being many times victorious, had become in years 90 less offensive avanodo capital, regredindosua already limited action of classroom defense. This novosindicalismo called for Giovanni Alves of neocorporativista unionism temuma inversion of values that leave to demand against the model of acumulaocapitalista in favor of the classroom direction to adapt to the capital and suasestratgias. ‘ ‘ The fight for the social control of the production, presentecomintensidade in the decade of 60/70, the Europe and in such a way other moments of the diligent fought ones seems each more distant time.