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The paradoxes of participation at work

Harley, B. and Hyman, J.D. and Thompson, P. (2005) The paradoxes of participation at work. In: Participation and Democracy at Work: Essays in Honour of Harvie Ramsay. Critical Perspectives on Work and Organisations . Palgrave, pp. 1-19. ISBN 978140390004

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Abstract

Employee participation is a dynamic and contested area of organisational behaviour, attracting continuing academic, practitioner and policy interest and debate. This chapter examines the paradoxes of participation at work.