By Neil Millward, Alex Bryson, John Forth
This ebook is the most recent e-book reporting the result of a sequence of place of work surveys carried out via the dep. of exchange and undefined, the commercial and Social learn Council, the Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration provider and the coverage experiences Institute. It addresses such modern worker family matters as: * Have new configurations of labour-management practices develop into embedded within the British economic climate? * Did the dramatic decline in exchange union illustration within the Eighties proceed in the course of the Nineties, leaving extra staff with no voice? * Are the vestiges of union service provider on the office a hole shell? the point of interest of this e-book is on switch, captured by means of amassing jointly the big financial institution of knowledge from all 4 of the large-scale and hugely revered surveys, and plotting traits from 1980 to the current. moreover, a distinct panel of offices, surveyed in either 1990 and 1998, unearths the complicated strategies of swap. accomplished in scope, the consequences are statistically trustworthy and show the character and quantity of switch in all bar the smallest British offices. A key textual content for someone drawn to employment and the altering international of labor, no matter if as pupil, researcher, instructor, analyst, adviser or practitioner.
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One sixth (17 per cent) cited the use of improved methods of working. A small proportion (5 per cent) mentioned the outsourcing or subcontracting of work previously carried out by employees; 2 per cent cited the increasing use of full-time employees rather than part-timers. Changes in the relationship between size and industry Turning back to the aggregate distribution of workplaces shown by our time series, there are clear differences between the size of workplaces in different sectors of the economy.
By 1998, the proportion had fallen to fewer than one in twenty (4 per cent). There was an increase in the proportion of workplaces belonging to medium-sized and large enterprises, however, with the proportion belonging to small concerns (those with less than 100 employees) being the same (44 per cent) in both surveys. Within private sector 32 All Change at Work? services, the fall in the proportion of establishments that belong to very large enterprises has been less dramatic (28 per cent in 1980; 23 per cent in 1998), but the proportion belonging to small organizations has risen (from 33 per cent to 39 per cent).
Among private manufacturing plants and private service sector establishments alike, just over half of all workplaces that had experienced a change of ownership had also amalgamated with, or split away from, another establishment in the preceding eight years. Where no change of ownership had taken place, the proportion with such changes stood at around one in ten. Around one half of public sector workplaces that experienced changes of ownership also amalgamated with, or split from, other establishments between 1990 and 1998; among workplaces with no ownership change the proportion was slightly higher than in the private sector, at around one third.
All Change at Work? British Employment Relations 1980-1998, as Portrayed by the Workplace Industrial Relations Survey Series by Neil Millward, Alex Bryson, John Forth