3 edition of Experience with works councils in the United States... found in the catalog.
Experience with works councils in the United States...
National Industrial Conference Board.
|Other titles||Works councils in the United States.|
|Series||Research report, no.50|
|LC Classifications||HD5650 .N34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 191 p.|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||22012909|
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Works councils are imagined in the United States as an unprecedented form of economic democracy. Our conception of a Board of Directors has very little to do with a company’s employees or their demands; rather, it is an oligarchy of investors and corporate officers who run our nation’s business apparatus.
A works council, in the United States, would be unprecedented. In this country where whole sections of the economy are not covered by the federal law on social dialogue and where anti-union sentiment is strong, even in subsidiaries of European groups like Deutsche Telekom, worker participation in the management of a company depends entirely on the employer’s good will.
Although works councils are an important labor institution in Western Europe and were introduced by many large firms in the United States in the s, economists have rarely studied their operation. The most recent article on councils in a major economics journal was Paul Douglas's piece in the Journal of Political Economy (JPE).
So, for example, workplace accident rates are dramatically higher in the United States than Japan and Sweden; the US death rate is times that of Japan and times that of Sweden (). Works councils specifically empowered to gain knowledge about the regulatory requirements combined with detailed workplace knowledge can change this situation.
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