What Workers Want

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More than anything, the authors found that workers wanted their voices to be heard, desiring a greater role in the workplace, but that they doubted management's willingness to share power. Many had strong ideas about how their involvement would improve not just their lot, but but also their company's fortunes. Many non-union workers favoured the formation of unions and virtually all union workers strongly supported their union. They supported the creation of labour-management committes and preferred co-operative relations with supervisors. The authors also report on the views of supervisors, who confirm their wish to retain exclusive authority to make decisions but demonstrate a willingness to listen to labour's concerns.

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