DIVIDED WE FALL!- EMPLOYEE PERCEPTIONS OF A LEGAL PROHIBITION ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING: A PRELIMINARY LOOK
TERREL L. RHODES AND ROGER G. BROWN
AbstractThis study examines public employee perceptions of the legislative ban on collective negotiations in the state of North Carolina. A mail survey of a sample of public sector, local government employees was conducted. Results were compared with an earlier survey of local government managers. Results indicate that public employees differ substantially from managers, and that conditions exist for legislative change.
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