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Union decline in Britain
David G. Blanchflower
by Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science in London
Written in English
This paper investigates the demise of unionisation in British private sector workplaces over the last quarter century. We show that dramatic union decline has occurred across all types of workplace. Although the union wage premium persists it is quite small in 2004. Negative union effects on employment growth and financial performance are largely confined to the 1980s. Managerial perceptions of the climate of relations between managers and workers has deteriorated since the early 1980s across the whole private sector, whether the workplace is unionised or not.
|Statement||David G. Blanchflower and Alex Bryson.|
|Series||CEP discussion paper -- no. 864|
|Contributions||Bryson, Alex., London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008613827|
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Decline of Trade Unions in BritainIntroductionThe s was a watershed for industrial relations in Britain. From aggressive collective bargaining powers over the post-war period, trade union strength fell by all the measures of union activity, that is, union density, coverage and proportion of organizations recognizing trade unions. of the nineteenth century, with Britain's seemingly poor response to the The notion of Britain's relative decline-the realisation that in terms of economic prosperity, social services, and the 'quality of life' Britain was falling behind 13 National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, Conference report, I, p. This.
Bryson A., Freeman R., Gomez R., Willman P. () The Twin Track Model of Employee Voice: An Anglo-American Perspective on Union Decline and The Rise of Alternative Forms of Voice. In: Holland P., Teicher J., Donaghey J. (eds) Employee Voice at Work. Work, Organization, and Employment. Springer, Singapore. First Online 17 December Author: Alex Bryson, Alex Bryson, Richard B. Freeman, Rafael Gomez, Paul Willman. workplace age may be the more important age based factor in the recent era of union decline. Union Decline in Britain: The Role of Age of Workplace Table 1 uses data from the Workplace Industrial/Employee Relations Surveys of , , and to demonstrate the scale of union decline in Britain since Panel A of the Table reports File Size: KB.
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