The Ambivalent Character of Participation

The Ambivalent Character of Participation

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Participation is a social process, which is basically part of an exchange relationship. Thus, it is principally pluralist and ambiguous in its meaning. As a consequence, the reconciliation of voices needs innovative approaches to support balanced participation experiences. altIgThe ambivalent character of participation intends to provide a look at new initiatives in the various fields of workplace participation. Leading international scholars examine the role of institutional contexts for participation, the development of new forms of interest organisation as well as the relationship between organisational performance, participation practices and quality of working life. The contributions are not limited to taking stock of new experiences in the field of workplace participation, but also contribute to designing a new research agenda.qIndustrial Relations, 45, 513-546. Purcell, .1. / Georgiadis, K. (2006): Why should employers bother with worker voice? In: R. Freeman, P. Boxall / P. Haynes (eds.), What workers say: ... Trade unions and productivity at Rover cars. Industrialanbsp;...

Title:The Ambivalent Character of Participation
Author: Francesco Garibaldo, Volker Telljohann
Publisher:Peter Lang - 2010

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