Union Imperatives from Unionized White Collar Employees’ Perspective: The Case of Tata Employees Union
AbstractThe paper examines the attitude of white collar unionized employees’ towards their union and management under three key themes – work related dimensions, union related dimensions and staff members’ loyalty towards union and management. The investigation is based on survey and informal interviews of white collar employees of Tata Centre, the corporate head-office of Tata Steel, India. [W.P. No.2008-03-07]
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white collar; union; loyalty; India;
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