The findings of our 2011 employment relations survey were published in the midst of an ongoing debate about the likelihood of significant and possibly co-ordinated strike action in the public sector against the impact of spending cuts on jobs, pay and pensions.
Our survey report provides a snapshot of the employment relations climate across UK plc, and appears to illustrate that on the frontline of employment relations the argument is finely balanced.
The report covers:
- union recognition and relationships between management and the unions
- the impact and influence of unions
- strike action
- informing and consulting employees
- attitudes towards current and future employment relations
Download the report below
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