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The focus is on changes in collective bargaining and on the development of other forms of employee participation in managerial decisions. Collective bargaining, though its pattern varies widely, is now strongly established in all of the countries covered. There is a general trend, stronger in some countries than others, toward an extension of the scope of collective bargaining in terms of the issues and decisions covered.
The importance of collective bargaining is evidence of its advantages as a process to reconcile conflicting interests in employment relations, but its limitations have also become apparent, both within the enterprise and at the level of the wider society.
Within the enterprise, collective bargaining provides an insufficient foundation for the legitimacy of managerial decisions, often not covering a wide range o decisions of great importance to the welfare of employees.
In the wider society, collective bargaining processes have given rise to continuing problems of inflation and led to conflicts over adjustments to technological and economic change.
Conflict is inevitable in labor-management relations, but without cooperation based upon an ideology that makes it possible to develop constructive industrial relations, the marvels of modern technology and raised expectations may lead to disaster.
Alternative forms of employee participation in managerial decisions help provide the basis for enhanced cooperation. Employee participation, which varies widely among countries, has developed at different levels: At the shopfloor level, various arrangements for direct employee participation have emerged, such as semi-autonomous workgroups.
At the plant or enterprise level, works councils and consultative or joint committees have developed to varying degrees in all three trilateral regions, At the level of boards of directors, worker representatives are now present in a number of European countries.
At a somewhat wider level, plans have been developed in some countries for major union participation in capital ownership and allocation.
At the national level, arrangements exist in a number of countries for union and employer participation with government through tripartite consultative bodies, for instance in the making and administration of national economic and social policy.
It is the middle three of these five levels that particularly interest us in this study. Collective bargaining differs in significant respects from other methods of participation, although the two processes may overlap to a considerable extent.
In collective bargaining, the relationship between union and management is adversarial. Each side knows that, though they may be compelled by circumstances and law to recognize mutual advantage in agreeing with each other, a gain for one may be a loss for the other. The nonbargaining participative process, by contrast, is based upon the principle that managers and employees share to a large extent a common interest and that there is mutual advantage in its recognition.
Western Europe Chapter II Alternative forms of employee participation are more fully developed in some European countries than anywhere else in the trilateral regions with regard to works councils, worker representatives on boards of directors, and "democratizing capital formation.
The most dramatic development was in the early s in West Germany, where works councils have become an extremely influential body in most enterprises.
This influence is exercised independently of the trade unions, but in contact and collaboration with them. The works council has no legal authority to call a strike; its influence depends upon its statutory rights and the acceptance of its role by management.that there is an impact of job satisfaction and organizational commitment on employee loyalty.
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Cooperation and Competition. Cooperation in the workplace is perhaps one of the most important influences on productivity, especially in a team-based environment.