Presents data from recent research examining work organization inseven countries. Addresses the question of whether the contemporaryworkplace is characterized by management practices which might be termedpostFordist, involving an extension of employee discretion andautonomy, or whether traditional practices of direct hierarchicalcontrol are more in evidence. Data suggests that the latter practicesare more likely to prevail in all of the countries examined despiteassertions in the literature that new, more flexible work arrangementsare transforming the old methods of production. Concludes with anevaluation of the opportunities which exist for the empowerment of tradeunion members at the workplace level under these circumstances.
Employee Relations: An International Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1992
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