Managerial views on compulsory unionism in New Zealand

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  • A. J. Geare

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26686/nzjir.v14i3.3790

Abstract

The New Zealand industrial relations literature contains a number of propositions concerning the impact or desirability of having compulsory union membership. This paper discusses the propositions, and reports on the response of a sample of 461 New Zealand managers, examining the significance of their attitudes.

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Author Biography

A. J. Geare,

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