By Julian Barling
This paintings explores 3 key subject matters in social psychology: the way within which exertions unions form organizational habit, a dating which has been successfully overlooked within the literature; the association of the union itself, a desirable attempt case for the organizational psychologist; and how during which theories and techniques of organizational psychology may perhaps help hard work corporations achieve their objectives. because the union keeps targeted features of democracy, clash, and voluntary participation inside of a bigger association, the authors supply a close research of a union's dynamics, together with demographic and character predictors of club, balloting habit, union dedication and loyalty, the character of participation, management kinds, collective bargaining, between different issues. this can be the 1st ebook to be released within the new Industrial/Organizational Psychology sequence. it will likely be of curiosity not to in simple terms industrial/organizational psychologists in undefined, academia, and personal and public corporations, yet to graduate scholars in psychology departments and enterprise faculties, and to teachers and execs in company and administration learning business family members.
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For example, over and above being ethically questionable, management attempts to ensure a union-free environment by excluding specific demographic groups would most likely be misguided. Also, as Gordon and Long (1981) note, it is both unnecessary and unwise for union organizers to target unionization campaigns for specific demographic groups. Personality Characteristics and Beliefs about Work as Predictors of Certification Elections If we cannot characterize the typical union supporter in terms of demographic characteristics, it is still possible that pro-union employees share similar personality attributes or beliefs.
Deshpande & Fiorito, 1989). In addition to these inconclusive findings, isolating the unique effects of education is again difficult because education is associated with other demographic characteristics such as salary and job level. Also, even when demographic variables such as education are associated with union voting preferences, the magnitude of such relationships is invariably modest at best. We will return to both these issues throughout this chapter. Several trends with respect to the relationship between gender and unionization have been noted.
In summarizing their findings, Fiorito and Hendricks conclude that militancy in bargaining may have a beneficial impact on the union, but too much attention to organizing or political activities may detract from effectiveness at the bargaining table. Conclusion It should be apparent that the understanding of union functioning and the attitudes and behavior of union members requires a substantial increase in the The Structure of Labor Organizations 29 effort provided by organizational psychologists.