Plant labor relations in Israel
In this article, the Israeli industrial relations system is examined, with special focus upon the nature of labor relations at the plant level. Conditions in Israel are of particular interest, due both to the very "mixed" nature of that country's economic system, and to the example it provides for other nations endeavoring to industrialize rapidly in the context of the practice of political democracy. The author traces several sources of difficulty, including the shortage of management personnel, the problems created by and for Histadrut by virtue of its scope and power, the ambiguous role of the foreman in the plant, and the ineffectiveness of vertical channels of communication. (Author's abstract courtesy EBSCO.)
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Volume (Year): 17 (1963)
Issue (Month): 1 (October)
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