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The Anatomy of Employee Involvement and Its Effects on Firms and Workers
Richard B. Freeman, Morris M. Kleiner, Cheri Ostroff Link to more items from this source
Dec. 18, 2000
Excerpt: A great many American firms have organized workplace decision-making in new ways to get employees more involved in their jobs -- using policies like self-directed work teams, total equality management, quality circles, profit-sharing, and diverse other programs. This paper uses a firm-based data set and employee-based information to illuminate several aspects about the locus and economic impacts of employee involvement (EI).

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