This paper examines a number of propositions put forward in the literature concerning the closed shop or compulsory unionism, and examines the level of agreement amongst 280 Western Australian managers. The research shows a generally strong anti‐closed shop sentiment with a tendency to reject propositions which imply that the closed shop can be beneficial to management, and acceptance of propositions which imply the closed shop merely benefits unions or is in itself undesirable.
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