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Improving Incentives to Learning in the Workplace

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Opening doors as well as banging on tables : an assessment of UNISON/employer partnerships on learning in the UK public sector
The academic debate on partnerships has so far mainly focused on whether there are mutual gains for both unions and employers and whether they support or undermine branch organisation. This debate is here assessed in relation to learning partnerships, which are considered to be a distinctive form of partnership and represent a process of institution-building.
Original Document
10.1111/j.1468-2338.2004.00324.x
English

Primary contributor

Author Anne Munro

Additional contributors

Co-author Helen Rainbird

Additional details

35
5
Yes
0019-8692
Blackwell Publishing
01 September 2004
419-433
Oxford
Post-print
Industrial relations journal

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Harvard

Munro, Anne and Rainbird, Helen (2004) Opening doors as well as banging on tables : an assessment of UNISON/employer partnerships on learning in the UK public sector. Industrial relations journal. 35 (5), pp. 419-433 Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Vancouver

Munro Anne and Rainbird Helen. Opening doors as well as banging on tables : an assessment of UNISON/employer partnerships on learning in the UK public sector. Industrial relations journal 2004; 35 (5): 419-433.