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Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms

Paul Gollan

Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms

by Paul Gollan

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Published by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labour economics,
  • Workplace Culture,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Employee rights,
  • Industrial relations,
  • Labor unions,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11716326M
    ISBN 101412903475
    ISBN 109781412903479

    Non-union workplace representation; The consequences of new organisational structures and forms of employment; Industrial relations in small firms; Employee involvement and participation. In addition, the revised edition incorporates the most recent findings of the .   The publication of Paul Gollan's Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms therefore represents a very important addition to the field. Based on extensive and detailed in-depth study of some leading non-union employers, it throws new light on the ways in which employee interests are represented in such firms' - Prof John Kelly, Birkbeck CollegeAuthor: John Budd.

    Non-union employee representation in the United Kingdom: Management strategies and union responses TABLES Changes in employee voice arrangements from to 33 Voice regime: effectiveness, risk, direct cost and switching cost 48 Characteristics and objectives of non-union employee representation forms The papers in this e-book examine the development of non-union employee relations practices and outcomes from an international perspective focusing on firms attempting to provide workers with a voice. The papers draw primarily on in-depth case studies as a means to assess the impact of voice arrangements on employee relations processes and.

      America, a pioneer in non-union employee representation plans, perhaps gets the most space in these pages. The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company of Pueblo, Colorado, a pioneer in its own right thanks to its primary stockholder John D. Rockefeller, Jr. (whose picture graces the cover of the book), gets the most attention among the many possible Cited by: 1.   Gollan, P.J. () Tunnel Vision: Non Union Employee Representation at Eurotunnel, Employee Relations, 23(4): Guest, D. & Conway, N. () Peering into the Black Hole: The Downside of New Employment Relations in the UK, British .


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Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms by Paul Gollan Download PDF EPUB FB2

While it can be argued that firms set up Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms book employee representation (NER) structures to provide a more structured basis for employee involvement and for purposes of union avoidance, this book will focus on the perceived effectiveness of NER and union responses to such arrangements in representing the needs of employees and providing.

The publication of Paul Gollan′s Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms therefore represents a very important addition to the field.

Based on extensive and detailed in-depth study of some leading non-union employers, it throws new light on the ways in which employee interests are represented in Cited by: Get this from a library. Employee representation in non-union firms. [Paul Gollan] -- Providing an overview of non-union representation (NER) in the UK, this text scrutinizes NER's impact on organizations at both micro and macro levels, taking account of recent developments in the.

The publication of Paul Gollan's Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms therefore represents a very important addition to the field. Based on extensive and detailed in-depth study of some leading non-union employers, it throws new light on the ways in which employee interests are represented in such firms' - Prof John Kelly, Birkbeck College.

The publication of Paul Gollan's Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms therefore represents a very important addition to the field. Business This book is the first of its kind to answer.

As a set, these papers provide the most comprehensive knowledge to date of employee representation in non-union firms, and also offer recommendations for future research to further enhance such. Get this from a library. Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms.

[Gollan, Paul.] -- This book is the first of its kind to answer this challenging question. It offers a comprehensive overview of NER in the UK and locates UK practice within an international context. Readers are. The publication of Paul Gollan's Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms therefore represents a very important addition to the field.

Based on extensive and detailed in-depth study of some leading non-union employers, it throws new light on the ways in which employee interests are represented in such firms' - Prof John Kelly, Birkbeck CollegeAuthor: Paul Gollan. This book has examined the development of non-union representative voice approaches and explores the outcomes when managers in organisations working with NER voice arrangements seek to change their approach to more traditional collective bargaining through trade union representation.

P J'Discussion', in Employee representation in non. The Difference between a Union and Non-Union Workplace If you’ve never worked in a union environment, you may not know the difference between a union and a non-union workplace. Some of the nuances that distinguish union from non-union workplaces are quite complex, the reality of the difference comes down to who defines the work culture.

The publication of Paul Gollan's Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms therefore represents a very important addition to the field. Based on extensive and detailed in-depth study of some leading non-union employers, it throws new light on the ways in which employee interests are represented in such firms’ - Prof John Kelly, Birkbeck Cited by:   Examines the history, contemporary practice, and policy issues of non-union employee representation in the U.S.

and Canada. It encompasses many organizational devices, such as shop committees, works councils, employee teams, and joint industrial councils, that are organized on a nonunion basis for the purposes of representing employees on a wide range of production, quality.

The papers in this e-book examine the development of non-union employee relations practices and outcomes from an international perspective focusing on firms attempting to provide workers with a voice.

The papers draw primarily on in-depth case studies as a means to assess the impact of voice arrangements on employee relations processes and outcomes. Peter Butler, "Employee Representation in Non‐Union Firms – By Paul J.

Gollan," British Journal of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics, vol. The question under discussion interested many researchers since concept of a union appeared and spread across industries.

The field covered by industrial relations is very wide, but union vs non-union section takes an important place in it. The main function of a.

Employee Representation in Non-Union Firms offers a comprehensive overview of this practice in the UK and locates this within an international context. Readers are invited to consider the potential implications and limitations of these arrangements, and to examine how unions respond, through bargaining, consultation and representation : Paul J Gollan.

Abstract. This chapter presents findings on employee representation and participation in the UK. It shows a complex structure of heterogeneous forms of representation, with a clear distinction between more established union structures and more recent forms of rather informal and flexible participation as supported by : Miguel Martínez-Lucio, Arjan B.

Keizer. Employee representation could be in the form of trade unions, works councils, joint working groups and ad-hoc groups. In small companies, the emphasis is on direct communication between employer and employees.

Small firms do not require elaborate representational systems and the legal framework excludes them from laws to consult with worker.

systems of representation, but it is good practice for firms of all sizes to have an effective way of informing and consulting their employees. More specialist advice on the rights to time off, training and facilities can be found in the Acas guides Trade union representation in the workplace and Non-union representation in the workplaceFile Size: KB.

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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title. Employee Representation in Non‐Union Firms: An Overview Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, Vol. 52, pp.Number of pages: 21 Posted: 22 Dec Foundations and Current Issues in IR/HR (IRE ) This subject guide is meant to assist students, particularly those enrolled in IREwith research papers and assignments.

Home. Non-union representative employee participation recently has attracted increasing international attention in employment relations due to the growing representation gap in many countries as union membership declines, and mounting evidence of the benefits of representative employee participation for enterprise flexibility and by: