• Richard Clutterbuck


Worker participation is nothing new in Germany. Works Councils date from the Weimar Republic in the 1920s, though both they and the trade unions were suppressed by Hitler. In 1945, the shock of total defeat and massive destruction of industry drew out in the Germans a determination, both individually and nationally, to survive and recover.


Trade Union Supervisory Board Collective Agreement Work Participation Work Council 
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© Richard Clutterbuck 1984

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