A Quarter Century of Workplace Employment Relations Surveys
Alex Bryson (),
Francis Green () and
British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2008, vol. 46, issue 4, 577-586
The 2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey (WERS 2004) is the fifth in a series that spans almost a quarter of a century. This paper reflects on the history of this series, examines some of its key limitations and speculates on what future directions it might take.
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