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July 1985, Vol. 108, No. 7
Should works councils be used
as industrial relations policy?
Roy J. Adams
Professor of industrial relations at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
The European works council concept has generally been opposed by labor and management, however, Canada's successful experience with mandatory committees indicates that such a concept might also be effective in the United States.
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