Download e-book for iPad: 101 Leadership Actions for Performance Management by Ollie Malone

By Ollie Malone

ISBN-10: 0874258359

ISBN-13: 9780874258356

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Like the closed shop, it inhibits the mobility of labour and the efficient adjustment of wage rates. Employers are prevented from using labour flexibly because unions impose demarcation The Market for Labour 17 lines to secure short-term membership gains and employment gains at the expense of the long term. Individuals are prevented from using their skills and abilities because employers are not allowed to develop individual payment packages which reward merit and performance. If all of the above creates imperfections which lead to pay exceeding productivity and generating both unemployment and inflation then all of the above should be removed - hence the emphasis on employment laws which restrict trade union organisation and activity.

The literature is replete with case study findings which are contradictory and generalisations which refute each other. This reflects two major, but connected, problems. The number of variables at play at any particular time is so enormous that it is impossible to isolate the impact of anyone of them. Researchers bring to their studies a variety of perspectives. The predictions which are available often seem to derive from common sense rather than from elaborate reasoning or theory. If the demand for coal falls then the average citizen would probably be able to predict a fall in the demand for coal miners.

The term 'supplyside economics' is used by neoclassical economists to describe the process of removing imperfections from the supply side of the economy - to achieve the circumstances required to enable the market to work efficiently. In the labour market this would mean making the supply of labour more flexible. For example, trade unions, by use of such things as the closed shop and strike action, can force employers to pay higher wages than they would in a free market. An effect of this is that the employer is equally forced to employ less labour.

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