Managing the Modern Workplace is a collection of interdisciplinary essays tackling issues of private and public management and its effects on productivity and workplace relations in modern Britain. It challenges received views on the politics of post-war labour, and brings fresh insights into the study of both private and public sector workplaces.The growth of a#39;white collara#39; unionism represented a challenge both to British automobile companies and manual floor unions. ... The experience of Ford in Britain and the US suggests, however, that American automobile firms may have anbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing the Modern Workplace|
|Author||:||Joseph Melling, Alan Booth|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2008|