Handbook of Research on Employee Voice

Handbook of Research on Employee Voice

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The contributors are all expert in their field. The book examines the theory and history of employee voice and what voice means to various actors, including employers, middle managers, employees, unions and policy-makers. The authors observe how theseBachrach, P. and M. Baratz (1962), a#39;Two faces of powera#39;, American Political Science Review, 56 (4), 947a€“52. ... Donaghey, J., N. Cullinane, T. Dundon and A. Dobbins (2012), a#39;Non-union employee representation, union avoidance and the managerial agendaa#39;, Economic and Industrial ... Garrahan, P. and P. Stewart ( 1992), The Nissan Enigma: Flexibility at Work in a Local Economy, London: Mansell. Goodrich, C. (1920), The Frontier of Control, London: Harcourt, Brace and Company.

Title:Handbook of Research on Employee Voice
Author:Adrian Wilkinson, Jimmy Donaghey, Tony Dundon, Richard B Freeman
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing - 2014-04-25


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