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Vol 22 No 5 May/June 2017

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Arlidge, Eady & Smith on Contempt

Edited by: Patricia Londono, David Eady, A.T.H. Smith, Rt. Hon Lord Eassie
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Workers' Participation

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ISBN13: 9789065446008
ISBN: 9065446001
Published: July 1994
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: paperback (C format)
Price: £111.00

Workers' participation continues to be an important and much debated, even contested, subject in industrial relations and human resource management. It is also a topic which evolves as the labour force becomes more educated, the economy more international and technology more advanced. It remains a culturaly inspired issue as the prevalent system of workers' participation in any given country abundantly reflects underlying societal and social values, which make each system, or the lack thereof, a unique experience and happening.;This book is mainly based on country reports (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Latin America, Poland, the Netherlands, the USSR and the United States), giving a wealth of information. It focuses on the private sector and in this context it presents the story of Poland and the USSR at their initial steps in the privatization of parts of their economies.

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Introductory remarks and a comparative overview, Roger Blanpain; workers' participation and EC legislation, Ch.A. Holle; Australia, Brian Brooks; Belgium, Roger Blanpain; France, Jacques Rojot; Germany, Manfred Weiss; India, Chandra Johri; Italy, Marco Biagi; Japan, Tadashi Hanami; Latin America, Hector-Hugo Barbagelata; the Netherlands, Max Rood; Poland, Maria Matey; the USSR, Semion A. Ivanov; the United States, Janice R. Bellace; the role of peak employers' organizations in collective bargaining, Martin Upham.