Collective Employee Representation and the Impact of Law: Initial Responses to the Employment Relations Act 1999

@inproceedings{Oxenbridge2001CollectiveER,
  title={Collective Employee Representation and the Impact of Law: Initial Responses to the Employment Relations Act 1999},
  author={Sarah Oxenbridge and William Brown},
  year={2001}
}
Using data gathered primarily during interviews with managers and trade union officials, this article examines how trade unions and employers have reacted to the introduction of the statutory procedure for union recognition in the Employment Relations Act 1999 (ERA). Findings indicate that the ERA and the drift of EU influence have had a substantial effect… CONTINUE READING