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Sharing in the Company: Determinants, Processes and Outcomes of Employee Participation.


Sharing in the Company: Determinants, Processes and Outcomes of Employee Participation

Edited by Erik Poutsma and Paul E. M. Ligthart



161 pages



Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory & Labor-Managed Firms; Volume 17


This volume considers the determinants, developments, and outcomes of employee share ownership from the perspective of strategic human resource management. It examines the importance of the relationship between employee ownership with other human resource management practices and describes a contextual strategic human resource management model, in which human resource management strategy and practices are influenced by environmental pressures, requiring several ofitso: strategic, organizational, internal, personal, and environmental fit. Chapters address the rationale for employee ownership and strategic human resource management, determinants of employee share ownership, who participates in share plans and why, variations in the adoption of employee share ownership and stock option arrangements across countries, and differences in the adoption of share schemes in various countries. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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