Collective Bargaining and Workplace Performance: An Investigation using the Workplace Employee Relations Survey 1998


The purpose of this study was to investigate what impact, if any, collective bargaining had on managerial and employee perceptions of the employee relations climate and managerial perceptions of workplace financial performance in Britain by the end of the 1990s. This assessment is made using descriptive and multivariate analyses of the 1998 Workplace Employee Relations Survey, a nationally representative survey of workplaces and employees in all but the smallest workplaces.

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