Worker Turnover, Job Turnover and Collective Bargaining in Spain
Carlos Garcia‐Serrano and
Miguel Malo ()
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Carlos Garcia-Serrano ()
British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2002, vol. 40, issue 1, 69-85
This paper analyses the relationship between the presence of organized labour in firms (approximated by the scope of collective bargaining) and the extent of gross worker and job flows. According to the voice theory of Freeman, those firms having a union presence will have lower worker mobility. However, there is no analysis of the effects of the presence of organized labour on gross job flows. Using a Spanish data base, we find evidence of the existence of a voice effect on gross worker flows but not clear support for a voice effect on gross job flows.
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