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This can be a definitive learn of partnership at paintings within the united kingdom, with huge surveys and interviews in agencies from the finance, NHS and native executive sectors. The authors problem traditional assumptions in regards to the mutual curiosity linked to partnership, and locate proof of labor intensification the place partnership has been brought.

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57). In these conditions, rather than relying on a defensive, oppositionalist stance, it is argued that workplace unions can renew themselves by adopting an autonomous, proactive position that involves a form of cooperative participation in strategic management. This also means exchanging the traditions of rank and file militancy and job control for the acquisition of new partnership rights (P. R. , 2002). Analysis of the role and efficacy of workplace partnership is, of course, a central theme of this book and one that weaves its way through each of the following case study chapters.

The model also shows a significant association between gender and workplace stress in that stress was higher for the female reference group. Apart from job-related stressors that are compounded by manifestations of gender inequality in the private sphere, this result is also attributable to the relatively large proportion of women workers in the public sector establishments. Trade union membership was another factor that was found to be positively associated with stress. Accounting for this is not straightforward in the six organisations under study, but it might be partly related to tendencies for union members to distrust managers and to voice dissatisfaction based on their greater awareness of workplace problems (Freeman and Medoff, 1984).

Opposition to partnership has developed as more left-wing trade union leaders have emerged in recent years and as the outcomes of previous partnership arrangements have proved disappointing to the rank and file. The election of a ‘broad left’ leadership of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) in 2003 is one such example, whereby the previous long-held support for partnership in principle has been reversed (Beale, 2005). The studies We attempt to address such debates as outlined in our assessment of the reality of workplace partnership.

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