Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-329) and index.
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Annotation Britain at Workpresents a detailed analysis of the 1998 Workplace Employee Relations Survey, the largest survey of its kind ever conducted. Across Britain, managers and worker representatives in over 3,000 workplaces completed work-life questionnaires. This is the first of two volumes which reports these results.
Chapter 1 Introduction -- chapter 2 A profile of workplaces in Britain -- chapter 3 Workforce composition and employers' labour use -- chapter 4 The management of employees -- chapter 5 Employee representation -- chapter 6 Measures of workplace performance and well-being -- chapter 7 Employees at work: attributes and aspects of working life -- chapter 8 Employee attitudes to work -- chapter 9 The role and activities of worker representatives -- chapter 10 Changes in employment relations, 1980-1998 -- chapter 11 Small business employment relations -- chapter 12 The climate of employment relations: a three-way analysis -- chapter 13 Conclusions: overview and assessment.