The Impact of Economic Democracy (Routledge Revivals)
Profit-sharing and employee-shareholding schemes
First published in 1990, this work examines the link between the economic performance of companies and profit sharing. The relationship is a complex one: industrial relations may be improved by schemes, but good employers are likely to introduce profit sharing in any case; and though attitudes to work do change, schemes have more immediate impact on satisfaction an communications than on productivity and effort put into work.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. A model and company economic and financial performance 3. Industrial relations performance 4. Organizational commitment and performance 5. Detailed case study analysis of the impact of schemes 6. Conclusions and prospects
Michael Poole, Glenville Jenkins