Industrial Relations in Japan — Organizational Patterns and Development Trends
the focus upon large companies and their unions;
the focus upon permanent male employees in these companies;
the focus upon work-related aspects of their life situation;
the focus upon one-dimensional models of Japanese society.
KeywordsCollective Bargaining Industrial Relation Wage Differential Union Membership Wage Increase
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