|Title||The Restructuring of Industrial Relations in the United States (CAHRS Working Paper #91-20)|
|Year of Publication||1991|
|Authors||Katz, H. C.|
|Institution||Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies|
|Keywords||American, collective bargaining, employee satisfaction, HRM, human resources, industrial relations, labor market, management training, U.S., union, United States, workplace|
This paper discusses the extent to which a new industrial relations system including greater participation in decision making by workers and unions has diffused in the American economy. The paper uses the automobile as an illustrative case. The paper includes examination of the factors that have limited the diffusion of new industrial relations in the auto industry and elsewhere.