This paper considers the impact of collectivist and individualist management styles in employee relations on levels of strategic integration in employee relations. The findings indicate a positive relationship between individualism and strategic integration. The findings further indicate that high levels of strategic integration are associated with low levels of collectivism in employee relations. Ownership was the most significant factor impacting upon variations in levels of strategic integration.
Gunnigle, P., Turner, T. and Morley, M. (1998), "Strategic integration and employee relations: the impact of managerial styles", Employee Relations, Vol. 20 No. 2, pp. 115-131. https://doi.org/10.1108/01425459810211296Download as .RIS
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