2 edition of Workers" participation and industrial democracy found in the catalog.
Workers" participation and industrial democracy
|Statement||editors, C. Lakshmanna, S.P. Srivastava, R.C. Sarikwal.|
|Contributions||Lakshmanna, Chintamani, 1935-, Srivastava, S. P., 1940-, Sarikwal, R. C., International Workshop on "Experiments and Experiecnes of Workers" Participation for Effective Industrial Democracy" (1988 : Hyderabad, India)|
|LC Classifications||HD5650 .W658 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xliii, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||90907380|
participatory democracy, worker participation, co-determination, works councils, and worker control are terms either more narrow, less focused or broader than workplace democracy which has been considered by some scholars as a “catch-all phrase” (Collom, a, p. ). Common definitions of workplace democracy containFile Size: KB. AbstractState-socialist academics have been highly sceptical of worker co-operatives. Following the Webbs’ classic studies, they assume that capitalist market competition renders them either inefficient or undemocratic. The experience of the British co-operative co-partnership (COCP) movement, from the late nineteenth to the early twenty-first century, suggests a more optimistic reading Cited by: 4.
About the Author: Paul Blumberg is Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York. His articles have appeared in The Nation, The New Republic, and Dissent, and he is the author of Inequality in an Age of Decline and Industrial Democracy: The Sociology of Participation. Workers’ participation in management is an essential ingredient of Industrial democracy. The concept of workers’ participation in management is based on Human Relations approach to Management which brought about a new set of values to labor and management.
Key words: Industrial Democracy, Workers Participation, Job Satisfaction, Public Health, Tertiary Institution, Ogun State. Introduction Industrial democracy is a term generally used to argue that, by analogy with political democracy, workers are entitled to a significant voice in the decisions affecting the organizations in which they Size: 61KB. For example, while the notion of industrial democracy clearly draws on the traditions of political science, and representative participation and collective bargaining emerge from the industrial relations and law literatures, employee involvement and engagement are more likely to have their roots in human resource management where the focus Cited by:
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Towards a New Industrial Democracy: Workers' Participation in Industry (Routledge Library Editions: Employee Ownership and Economic Democracy) 1st Edition byFormat: Hardcover.
This title, originally published inexplores the political and economic conditions of the s, and reflects the world-wide interest in industrial democracy.
Each chapter analyses the main adaptations in policy, theory and experimentation that have occurred in industrial democracy in the s.
In part, the book is a presentation of Odaka's belief in the necessity for greater worker participation in the decisions that affect their working lives, a belief that is indeed radical in the Japanese setting. Category: Business & Economics Industrial Relations And Industrial Democracy In Zimbabwe.
Workers' Participation in Industry. Poole, M. Towards a New Industrial Democracy. This title, originally published inexplores the political and economic conditions of the s, and reflects the world-wide interest in industrial by: Toward Industrial Democracy: Management and Workers in Modern Japan (Harvard East Asian Series) Hardcover – January 1, by Kunio Odaka (Author) › Visit Amazon's Kunio Odaka Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 6. Abstract. Decision-making in the workplace was traditionally regarded in capitalist countries as a prerogative of the employers and little was done in practice to share it with the workers, in spite of the development of political and social : J.
Wilczynski. Industrial Democracy: Worker’s Participation in Management in India. One of the important requirements of industrial relation is industrial democracy. Worker’s participation in management (WPM) is essentially a step in promoting industrial democracy.
This is the modem trend in industrial world both in developed and developing countries. work and production. Workers participation restores the indivi dual worker's self-respect and status and also increases pro ductivity and production.
It may also be a practical lesson in industrial democracy. In the Second Plan The Second Five Year Plan recognizes the necessity of in creased association of labour with management. It observes:File Size: 2MB. The philosophy underlying workers’ participation stresses: democratic participation in decision-making; maximum employer-employee collaboration; minimum state intervention; realisation of a greater measure of social justice; greater industrial efficiency; and.
higher level of. Importance of workers participation in Management in Maintaining Good Industrial relation. Workers’ participation in management is an essential ingredient of Industrial democracy.
The concept of workers’ participation in management is based on Human Relations approach to Management which brought about a new set of values to labour and management. It is a means of workers’ participation in management and is viewed as leading to industrial democracy.
Co-partnership allows workers to participate in decision making. Under this method the employees get shares of the company and establish their ownership.
The concept of workers’ participation in management is a sort of industrial democracy which gives the rights to the employees’ representatives to participate in decision making process.
The term ‘participation’ is also extended to forms of financial participation such as profit sharing. Worker Participation in Europe 1st Edition. Jo Carby-Hall Ap This book, originally published inis a comparative study of worker participation in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Britain.
The first part of the book treats employee participation in general. Workers' participation and industrial democracy. Delhi: Ajanta Publications (India): Distributed by Ajanta Books International, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors /.
Industrial democracy is an arrangement which involves workers making decisions, sharing responsibility and authority in the workplace. While in participative management organizational designs workers are listened to and take part in the decision-making process, in organizations employing industrial democracy they also have the final decisive power.
In company law, the term generally used is co-determination. In codetermination (Mitbestimmung) was extended to all German enterprises employing or more workers. Similar legislation was attempted in other European countries without much success.
(2) Minority board participation is similar to codetermination. The Shop Constitution Law of requires that German firms with between and Workers' Participation in Management John Leitch has defined Industrial Democracy as "the organization of any factory or other business institution into a little democratic state with a representative government which shall have both the legislative and executive phases".File Size: KB.
In the competitive world that we live in, the job security, as well as high pay packages, are not good enough for boosting the productivity of the industry. What also matters alongside is industrial democracy and authority. Disadvantages of Employee Participation: Unlike the advantages, the disadvantages of employee participation are plenty.
Worker’s participation is a system where workers and management share important information with each other and participate in decision taking. Workers’ participation in management is an essential ingredient of Industrial democracy. The concept of workers’ participation in management is based on Human Relations approach to Management which brought about a new set of values to [ ].
Meaning of Workers’ Participation: Workers’ participation in management is based on many considerations including political, economic, psychological and social. Political democracy and industrial democracy have to go hand in hand.
For survival and growth, an organisation needs to continuously endeavour to cut down costs, Author: Nikhila C. Xie, Y. (), ‘ Zhongguogongyeminzhu he yuangongcanyuzhidu ji gongneng ’, [A comparison of industrial democracy, employee participation systems and their functions in state-owned enterprises, civil enterprises and foreign-funded enterprises – a survey in Author: Zhan Jing.Workers' Participation in Post-Liberation France is a vivid portrait of French labor's failure to achieve greater industrial democracy.
Drawing on original archival research, Adam Steinhouse recasts the traditional view of this critical period of French history, demonstrating the fundamental importance of the immediate post-liberation period in determining the future course of industrial.The term industrial democracy was also used by British socialist reformers Sidney and Beatrice Webb in their book Industrial Democracy.
The Webbs used the term to refer to trade unions and the process of collective bargaining.