Participation at work

6 lokakuu 2021

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Participation at work refers to the involvement of employees in management decision-making in the workplace, either in relation to wider company issues (workplace social dialogue) or in their immediate job (task discretion)Read more

Participation at work refers to the involvement of employees in management decision-making in the workplace, either in relation to wider company issues (workplace social dialogue) or in their immediate job (task discretion).  Employee involvement underlies workplace innovation and diverse notions of new forms of and work organisation, such as the learning organisation.  

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