|Institution:||University of Manchester|
|Keywords:||Employment Involvement and Participation; Employment Involvement; Participation; EIP; Employee engagement; Employee Voice|
|Full text PDF:||http://www.manchester.ac.uk/escholar/uk-ac-man-scw:308617|
The focus of this research is on advancingunderstanding of EIP at work in China. It sets out to examine theextent of practice adoption, and inquire the management intention,employee perception and the challenges from the internal andexternal environment in relation to the practice adoption. It alsotries to understand the applicability of EIP practice in innovationand quality enhancement industries. The research methodologyadopted is qualitative case study approach, with 20 respondentorganisations including Chinese global enterprises, centralstate-owned enterprises, listed and small mediumenterprises.Advisors/Committee Members: MARTINEZ LUCIO, MIGUEL M, Martinez Lucio, Miguel, Keizer, Arjan.