High Performance Work Systems , Industrial Relations and Pay Settings in Europe

@inproceedings{DellAringa2002HighPW,
  title={High Performance Work Systems , Industrial Relations and Pay Settings in Europe},
  author={Carlo Dell’Aringa and Paolo Ghinetti and Claudio Lucifora},
  year={2002}
}
The present study uses data for ten European countries to investigate the characteristics of new regimes of work organisation and systems of remuneration. In the first part we briefly outline the characteristics of the firms adopting new work practices and the main features of employees’ direct participation schemes as well as their relationships with the traditional industrial relations system. The second part describes innovations that are taking place in payment systems and their… CONTINUE READING

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