What Workers Want

Un libro in lingua di Freeman Richard B. Joel Rogers edito da Cornell Univ Pr, 2006

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With the exception of a new introduction and a new concluding chapter, this work by Freeman (economics, Harvard U.) and Rogers (law, political science, and sociology, U. of Wisconsin) is an essentially unchanged version of the first edition, which analyzed the results of the Worker Representation and Participation Study, a large survey of private-sector American workers and managers conducted in the fall and spring of 1994-1995 and designed to find out how workers felt about their influence on decisions at the work place and the possibilities of improving their role in workplace governance. The three main findings of the survey were a gap between participation desires and realities, preferences for cooperative versus adversarial relations with management, and openness to different pathways to workplace participation. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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