Collective Bargaining and Perceived Fairness: Validating the Conceptual Structure

@article{Cloutier2012CollectiveBA,
  title={Collective Bargaining and Perceived Fairness: Validating the Conceptual Structure},
  author={J. Cloutier and Pascale L. Denis and H. Bilodeau},
  journal={Relations Industrielles-industrial Relations},
  year={2012},
  volume={67},
  pages={398-425}
}
The aim of this study is to conceptualize the “perceived fairness in the context of collective bargaining” and empirically validate its internal structure. This concept refers to employees’ justice perceptions formed during the collective bargaining process (the process of determining the employees’ working conditions when they are unionized). Drawing on the organizational justice literature, we derive a conceptualization and formulate hypotheses regarding the convergent, discriminant and… Expand
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