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Measures of Employee Participation

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    This paper reviews the literature on various forms of Employee Participation (EP) to develop a typology for understanding and measuring the phenomenon. Using the typology, various measures of EP used in past studies are explored and particularly measures derived from the 1990 Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey. The paper concludes with criteria for ideal measures of EP and related recommendations for the 1995 survey.

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    Paper provided by University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in its series Working papers with number _004.

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    Date of creation: Mar 1995
    Handle: RePEc:wop:wimihp:_004
    Note: Background paper for the Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey 1995.
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