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The Anatomy of Employee Involvement and Its Effects on Firms and Workers
Richard B. Freeman, Morris M. Kleiner, Cheri Ostroff
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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