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The Resource Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017 : Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces

Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017 : Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces

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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017 : Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces
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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017
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Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces
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Volume 24 of Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (AILR) contains eight papers highlighting important aspects of the employment relationship. The papers deal with such themes as shifts in workplace voice, justice, negotiation and conflict resolution in contemporary workplaces
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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations
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v.24
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017 : Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces
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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017 : Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces
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  • Intro -- Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, 2017: Shifts in Workplace Voice, Justice, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Contemporary Workplaces -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: The Social Construction of Workarounds -- Introduction -- Study 1: Evidence of the Social Construction of Workarounds -- Theoretical Background and Hypothesis Development -- Methods and Results -- Study 2: Inductive Study on How Workarounds are Proliferated -- Informal Training and Troubleshooting as a Catalyst for Workaround Proliferation -- Discussion -- Future Research Directions -- Limitations -- Implications -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Workplace Dispute Resolution: What Guidance Does Existing Research Provide? -- The Relevant Criteria for Evaluating Approaches to Workplace Dispute Resolution: Equity, Voice and Efficiency -- Equity -- The Impact of Dispute Resolution Procedures on Employees -- Voice -- Efficiency and the Displacement Effect -- Workplace Dispute Resolution and the Role of Management and Unions -- â{u0080}{u0098}Conflict Management Systemsâ{u0080}{u0099} -- The Australian Case Studies â{u0080}{u0093} A Strategic Approach to Workplace Dispute Resolution -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Great in Theory but Tough in Practice: Insights on Sustaining Advanced Employee Involvement at Delta Air Lines -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Historical and Legal Context -- 3. DBC: Founding and Major Involvement Activities -- 4. Insights and Lessons Learned on Successful EIP -- References -- Chapter 5: Voice as an Empowerment Practice: The Case of an Australian Manufacturing Company -- Introduction -- Employee Voice -- Empowerment -- Employee Voice and Empowerment -- Method -- Voice as Structural Empowerment -- Discussion -- Limitations and Future Research -- Conclusion -- References
  • Chapter 6: Democracy, Militancy, and Union Revitalization, The DeMReV Model of Union Renewal: A Sustainable, Strategic Model Expanding on Voss and Sherman Model -- The Voss and Sherman Model -- Defining Revitalization -- A Strategic Model of Union Reform and Revitalization -- Development of the Theoretical Model through Contextual Cues and Case Studies -- The Impetus for Change -- The Role of Democracy -- The Role of Militancy -- The Leadersâ{u0080}{u0099} Response -- Testing the Model through Reform and Revitalization Case Studies and Efforts -- The TPs That Commence Union Reform Efforts -- Internal TPs -- External TPs -- Combination and Interaction of Internal and External TPs -- Democratic and Militant Strategies -- Democracy and Militancy -- The Theme of Union Militancy -- Theme of Union Leaders as Inhibiting Oligarchs -- The Tactics of Democracy and Militancy -- Tactics of Democracy -- Tactics of Militancy -- Outcomes of Successful Reform and Revitalization Movements -- The Contribution of the DeMRev Model -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Adapting Union Administrative Practices to New Realities: Results of a Twenty-Year Longitudinal Study -- Background and Literature on Union Administrative Practices -- The Literature on the Administrative Practices of Unions -- Internal Union Characteristics and Administrative Practices -- Union Jurisdiction -- Unionization of Union Staff -- Union Characteristics Shaping Union HR Practices -- External or Environmental Factors and Union Administrative Practices -- The Determinants of Union Innovation -- Data Collection -- Findings -- Written Human Resource Policies -- The Employment of Human Resource Directors by Unions -- Use of Consultants -- Budgeting and Strategic Planning -- Findings Cross Tabulated by Union Characteristics -- Cross-Tabulation of Survey Results
  • Further Findings on the Role of In-House Staff Unions -- Summary of Findings -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 8: Pro-Social and Self-Interest Motivations for Unionism and Implications for Unions as Institutions -- Self-Interest and Pro-Social Beliefs in Unionism Literature -- Union Voting Intentions -- Union Membership -- Union Activism and Participation -- General Propositions on Unionism -- Unions as Institutions: The Roles of Self-Interest and Pro-Social Motivations -- Concluding Remarks and Future Research -- References -- Chapter 9: Can HPWS and Unions Work Together to Reduce Employee Turnover Intention in Foreign MNCs in China? -- Literature Review and Historical Background of HPWS and Unions in China -- HPWS and Unions in China -- Theory and Hypotheses -- Union Instrumentality as a Contextual Factor for the Effect of HPWS on Turnover Intention -- Methods -- Measures -- Independent Variables -- HPWS.â{u0080}{u0083}We measured HPWS using a 10-item measurement of HPWS, which was developed and validated for rank-and-file employees (Lawler et al., 2011). These items are intended to be a unidimensional conceptualization of HPWS and have proved to have high reliabi -- Union Instrumentality.â{u0080}{u0083}We measured union instrumentality using a measure adapted from Chacko (1985). We used six items that are considered to have face validity based on our filed interviews with HR managers and chairs of unions in MNCs in China, as well -- Dependent Variables -- Control Variables -- Analytical Strategy -- Results -- Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) -- Common Method Variance (CMV) -- Hypothesis Tests -- Post Hoc Analysis -- Discussion -- Theoretical Implications -- Managerial Implications -- References -- Index
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