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La Participación De Los Empleados En España: ¿Cuánto, Cómo Y En Qué Participan?

  • Jaime Ortega Diego

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  • Elizabeth F. Cabrera1

En este trabajo aportamos evidencia empírica acerca de la participación de los empleados en la toma de decisiones de la empresa. Utilizamos una base de datos (EPOC) de más de 5700 establecimientos de toda Europa, y comparamos la situación española con la del resto de países europeos. La riqueza de la encuesta nos permite conocer múltiples detalles sobre los niveles de participación, los tipos de prácticas de participación utilizadas, las cuestiones sobre los empleados opinan o deciden, y las fechas en que estas prácticas fueron adoptadas.

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Paper provided by Universidad Carlos III, Departamento de Economía de la Empresa in its series Documentos de Trabajo de Economía de la Empresa with number db010302.

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Date of creation: Nov 2001
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