Decollectivist Strategies in Oceania

@inproceedings{Peetz2002DecollectivistSI,
  title={Decollectivist Strategies in Oceania},
  author={David Peetz},
  year={2002}
}
Each action of a decollectivizing employer—be it in the realm of employment practices, information or relational actions—has both real and symbolic dimensions that may be inclusivist, exclusivist or both. While many attempts at decollectivism are crude, Australia has seen the emergence of a coherent model of sophisticated decollectivist behaviour which has policy implications for many countries. Some analogies can be seen between certain sophisticated strategies of decollectivizing employers… CONTINUE READING

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