2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey (WERS 2004)

It's been a long time coming, but at last, the findings from the 2004 Workplace Employment Relations (WERS) have finally been published.

The WERS series is probably the most widely regarded authoritative portraits of contemporary employment relations at the workplace in Britain. Details as follows:

Across Britain, managers and worker representatives were interviewed in over 3,000 workplaces. Over 20,000 employees returned completed questionnaires. The survey links the views from these three parties, providing a truly integrated picture of employment relations within workplaces.

As well as providing an up to date account of the state of employment relations in Britain, this book will also provide information on the changes that have occurred since the last survey was conducted (1997/8). Eagerly anticipated, Inside the Workplace will highlight change in a number of areas affected by government policy, including the Working Time Directive, equal opportunities, work-life balance, workplace conflict and statutory trade union recognition procedures.

Inside the Workplace provides a unique contribution to the study of employment relations and an invaluable resource for students, academics and practitioners in the fields of employee relations, human resource management, organizational behaviour and sociology.

Details of the survey can be found here. For further content details click here. Last year a booklet was published showing the first findings from WERS 2004.

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