Trade Unionism in Recession

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LIST OF TABLES
2.1 Policy towards trade union membership34
2.2 Reasons trade union influence should be maintained36
2.3 Percentage encouraging trade union membership39
2.4 Logistic regression on employer favourability to unionism40
2.5(a) Technical change and policies towards union membership42
2.5(b) Policies towards union membership by proportion affected by new technology42
2.6 Rationalization of work and managerial policies43
2.7 Managerial policies to unions and labour market position44
2.8 Managerial policies to unions and customer pressure46
2.9 Areas of growth of union influence48
2.10(a) How 1980s Employment Acts have affected union behaviour49
2.10(b) Reasons unions little affected by 1980s Employment Acts49
2.11 Change in union influence over pay51
2.12 Change in union influence over work organization52
2.13 Logistic regression on change in union influence53
2.14(a) Change in union influence over pay by technical change and work rationalization54
2.14(b) Change in union influence over work organization (increase) by technical change and work rationalization55
2.15 Change in union influence by area56
2.16 Prevailing view on ways to get work done58
2.17 Reasons for better employee relations59
2.18 Employer favourability to unionism by employee involvement schemes60

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