Workers' Financial Participation: East-West Experiences, Issue 80

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International Labour Organization, 1995 - Collective bargaining - 240 pages
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This work focuses on pay schemes which provide, in addition to fixed pay, a variable portion of remuneration linked to some measure of enterprise performance.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
The role of collective bargaining
7
Attitudes of the social partners
13
Impact on wage flexibility
19
Slow development of financial participation without legislation
29
Diffusion of financial participation
39
Effects of financial participation
46
or not at all in surveyed companies Belgium
47
Conclusion
121
Historical evolution and current attitudes
127
Attitudes towards financial participation schemes
134
Flexibility first?
141
Concession bargaining and profitsharing in the United States
148
Actual use of financial participation options
154
Conclusion
160
From traditional to new forms of financial participation
167

The driving force of comprehensive legislation
55
The growth of financial participation
62
Attitudes of the social partners
69
Conclusion
82
Extent and types of scheme
89
Social and economic impact
96
Financial participation
105
Attitudes of employers managers workers and their representatives
115
general United Kingdom
117
Attitudes of the social and political partners to employee ownership
177
Shareownership
183
Profitsharing schemes
192
Shareownership A new option for workers
199
The attitudes of the social partners and the Government
211
Conclusion
219
Differentiation of privatization laws
227
Conclusion
237
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