By Thomas Amossé, Alex Bryson, John Forth, Héloïse Petit
This accomplished learn presents a perceptive portrait of place of work employment kin in Britain and France utilizing similar information from large-scale surveys: the British place of work Employment family members Survey (WERS) and the French Enquête family Professionnelles et Négociations d’Entreprise (REPONSE). those huge associated employer-employee surveys offer nationally-representative facts on deepest area employment kinfolk in all however the smallest offices, and supply a different chance to check and distinction place of work employment kinfolk less than very diversified employment regimes. An insightful learn for all lecturers and scholars of employment, the findings even have implications for practitioners and policy-makers prepared to spot and advertise “best practice”.
Read Online or Download Comparative Workplace Employment Relations: An Analysis of Practice in Britain and France PDF
Similar comparative books
This ebook builds at the premise that the effectiveness of nationwide efforts to extend spending on R&D should be approximated via the competitiveness of that economic climate in foreign markets. construction on a few present ‘benchmarking’ stories that experience to this point merely ranked nations in accordance both to their R&D symptoms, or their performances in innovation, this can be the 1st ebook to provide a synthesized review of the R&D competitiveness of nationwide economies in line with either enter and output comparable signs.
This publication severely examines the general interaction among comparative schooling discourses, globalisation, and schooling. It attracts upon contemporary stories in proper parts and explores conceptual frameworks and methodological methods. It demonstrates the neo-liberal ideological imperatives of schooling and coverage reforms, and illustrates the way in which the connection among the country and schooling coverage impacts present versions and tendencies in schooling reforms and education globally.
Centred on unique gains of financial improvement, this edited quantity examines the nature and constitution of company governance of a number of key state-owned enterprises in China and public zone units in India in 5 strategic sectors: oil and usual gasoline, metal, coal, electrical energy iteration, and banking industries.
- Comparative Biochemistry. A Comprehensive Treatise
- Economics: Making Sense of the Modern Economy,
- Rationality in Economics: Constructivist and Ecological Forms
- Welfare State Transformations: Comparative Perspectives
- Financing Energy Efficiency: Lessons from Brazil, China, India, and Beyond
Extra info for Comparative Workplace Employment Relations: An Analysis of Practice in Britain and France
Paper presented to the International Labour Process Conference, Dublin. , & Birch, M. (2006). The review of ISCO-88: A European perspective, University of Warwick, mimeo. Eurofound. (2012). Fifth European working conditions survey. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Eurostat. (2015a). European statistics database. Tables TEC00001 (GDP), TPS00001 (Population), LFSI_ACT_A (Economically active population), LFSA_ERGAN (Employment rate), TIPSUN20 (Unemployment rate). Eurostat. (2015b).
The employee samples are limited by REPONSE’s sampling approach, which extended eligibility for the employee questionnaire only to those employees with 15 or more months of tenure. Our harmonised employee samples thus omit employees in WERS with tenure of less than 1 year. Nevertheless, in each country, our harmonised employee samples are representative of over four-fifths of all private sector employees in workplaces with 11 or more employees (88% in France and 83% in Britain). 9 7 A more detailed comparison of the topic coverage of the two surveys is provided in the Technical Appendix to the book.
OECD. (2015a). Civilian employment as percentage of population aged 15–64. Stat (dataset alFS_POP_LABOUR). OECD. (2015b). GDP per hour worked (USD, current prices, current PPPs). Stat (dataset PDB_LV). OECD. (2015c). Government at a glance 2015. Paris: OECD. , & Wagner, K. (1989). Productivity and vocational skills in services in Britain and Germany: Hotels. National Institute Economic Review, 130, 52–74. 26 T. Amossé et al. , & Grimshaw, D. (2003). The organisation of employment: An international perspective.
Comparative Workplace Employment Relations: An Analysis of Practice in Britain and France by Thomas Amossé, Alex Bryson, John Forth, Héloïse Petit