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Author Lewin, David.
Title Employee Voice in Emerging Economies.
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016.

Author Lewin, David.
Series Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations ; v. 23
Advances in industrial and labor relations.
Subject Management -- Employee participation -- Developing countries.
Communication in industrial relations -- Developing countries.
Comparative industrial relations.
Alt Name Gollan, Paul J.
Pyman, Amanda.
Wilkinson, Adrian.
Description 1 online resource (238 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Front Cover; Employee Voice In Emerging Economies; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction: Employee Voice in Emerging Economies: Charting New Territory; References; The Constant and Continuous Voice of Workers in Argentina; Introduction; Institutional Workers' Representation and Voice; Voice and Organisation Building among Unorganised and Precarious Workers; Voice in the Context of the Economic Crisis: The Movement of the Unemployed and Workers' Self-Managed Factories; Conclusions; Notes; References.
The Hybrid Channel of Employees' Voice in China in a Changing Context of Employment RelationsIntroduction; Top-Down Democratic Management; The Evolution of Democratic Management in China; The Workers' Congresses and the Legal Experiment by the State Government; The Legal Experiment by Regional Governments; Union Development in China; The Bottom-Up Approach, Driven by Workers; The Changing Chinese Labour Market; The New Generation of Chinese Migrant Employees; The Challenge for China's Employers and the Need for More Effective Employee Voice Channels.
The External Approach: Global CSR Campaigns and Labour NGOsMNCs in China and the Global CSR Campaign; The Emerging Labour NGOs in China; Discussion and Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Union Experience of Social Dialogue and Collective Participation in India; Introduction; Collective Representation and Social Dialogue in India; Research Methods: Settings, Procedures, and Questions; Results; Collective Participation through Works Committees; Union Influence over Enterprise Level Issues; Industrial Dispute and Dispute Resolution; Unfair Labor Practices; Discussion and Conclusion; Notes.
Bibliography Note ReferencesEmployee Voice Behavior across Cultures: Examining Cultural Values and Employee Voice Behaviors in Korea and the United States; Introduction; Literature Review and Hypotheses; Employee Voice Behavior: The EVLN Construct; Employee Voice and Cultural Values; Cultural Values and Employee Voice Behavior; Collectivism; Face-Saving; Conflict-Avoidance; Job Alternatives; Method; Participants and Procedure; Measures; EVLN; Collectivism; Face-Saving; Conflict-Avoidance; Job Alternatives; Control Variables; Results; Exit; Voice; Loyalty; Neglect; Discussion; Limitations and Future Research.
Contents ConclusionNote; Acknowledgment; References; Struggling to Be Heard: The Past and Present of Employee Voice in Belarus; Introduction; Theory and Research Questions; Methods; Sample; Measurement; Data and Methods; Findings; Employee Voice in Independent Belarus at the Macro-Level; Employee Voice in Belarus: Enterprise Level; Discussion and Conclusion; Notes; References; From a Culture of Silence to a Culture of Insurgence: Black Employee Voice in South Africa over Half a Century; Introduction; Literature and Theory; Employee Voice; Conceptual Framework for Worker Participation.
Note National, Institutional and Individual Cultural Norms.
Summary While much is known about employee voice in the developed world, much less is known about its operation in emerging economies. This volume explores the nature of employee voice in Argentine, China, India and South Korea, providing a timely challenge to the predominant assumptions that underline our knowledge of employee voice in the Western world.
ISBN 9781786352392 (electronic bk.)
1786352397 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 965771552
Additional Format Print version: Lewin, David. Employee Voice in Emerging Economies. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016

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