Consensus politics

Kessler, Ian; Duckworth, Joe; Shapiro, Jackie Coyle
December 1997
People Management;12/04/97, Vol. 3 Issue 24, p32
Explains the distinction and risk as budget pressures have forced Surrey County Council to abandon its cosy relationship with employees and develop a psychological contract based on acceptance of change. Factors that gave council officers the chance to deal with Surrey dilemma; Distinctive features of the process which Surrey adopted to restructure the employment relationship; Grounds for tempering one's cynicism about Surrey's process. INSET: Business background.


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