A new social contract for the American workplace: from paternalism to partnering
Kenneth W. Chilton, Murray L. Weidenbaum, Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Center for the Study of American Business
Center for the Study of American Business, Washington University, 1994 - Business & Economics - 54 pages
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What Is Happening in the American Workplace?
Alternative Approaches for Change
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30 percent AFL-CIO American Business American firms American workplace April benefits business leaders Calpers co-workers commitment communication companies Compiled from survey Conference Board cutbacks Daniel Yankelovich deregulation developments effects employability employee morale Employee Satisfaction employers and employees employment security environment excellent expectations fairly well satisfied Fellow Workers Figure 3A firm's forces Fortune magazine global competition Golden Parachutes incentive increases job security July Kenneth Chilton labor productivity large firms layoffs less marketplace Michael Malone Morale of Fellow Murray Weidenbaum negative Noer number of employees Nynex old social contract organization organizational change performance perspective procedural justice production workers productiv Productivity Growth programs reduce responsibility restructuring result Right Associates Robert Shapiro Roper Starch Worldwide sector social compact Study of American successful downsizers successful upsizers survey data collected telecommunications tion top executives top management union value added Wall Street Journal Workplace Compact workplace democracy Yankelovich