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A study of employee participation, employee voice and industrial relations climate in an Australian manufacturing organisation

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McWilliams, AM 2019 , 'A study of employee participation, employee voice and industrial relations climate in an Australian manufacturing organisation', PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

This thesis aims to explore the development of voice in the workplace and how employee voice has been used in the case study organisation as it moves towards closedown and to determine what mechanisms have been put in place to enable employee voice in CarCo. Measures of employee voice will be used as indicators of management attitudes towards employee participation (Bryson,1999; Benson & Brown, 2010; Pyman, Holland, Teicher and Cooper, 2010). This thesis will also then compare results at two points in time to trace any changes in the type or extent of employee voice as well as employer attitudes during this period. The study will use an in-depth case study method to analyse the use of employee voice in the gradual closedown of manufacturing at CarCo.

Item Type: Thesis - PhD
Authors/Creators:McWilliams, AM
Keywords: Employee Voice, Employee Participation, Australian Manufacturing
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