The results of a survey of some 230 West German subsidiaries currently operating in Britain are analysed. The issues examined include the extent of non‐union status, the existence of a personnel manager, and the nature of employee involvement arrangements. A major finding is that fully three‐quarters of the respondents are non‐union organisations, with the size of the organisation being particularly influential in explaining this and other relationships.
Beaumont, P.B., Cressey, P. and Jakobsen, P. (1990), "Key Industrial Relations: West German Subsidiaries in Britain", Employee Relations, Vol. 12 No. 6, pp. 3-7. https://doi.org/10.1108/01425459010135244Download as .RIS
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