Organizational Innovations, Human Resources and Industrial Relations
The article studies the linkages between industrial relations, organizational innovation and economic performance for the firms of the Emilia-Romagna food-industry. The aim is the investigation of: interactions between union delegates and top management; adoption of organizational and HRM practices; linkages between industrial relations, innovations, and firm performances. The analysis suggests a role played by industrial relations in stimulating organizational changes. Industrial relations are also important for firm performances: the linkage proves to be mediated by positive effects of informative, consultative and bargaining practices on organizational changes.
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Volume (Year): 94 (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 (January-February)
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