Britain at Work presents a detailed analysis of the 1998 Workplace Employee Relations Survey, the largest survey of its kind ever conducted, and fourth in the internationally-regarded series. Across Britain, managers and worker representatives in over 3,000 workplaces were interviewed about all aspects of employment relations at their workplace. Almost 30,000 employees in those same workplaces completed a questionnaire about their working life. Preliminary results from the survey were published late last year. Professor Michael West of the Institute of Work Psychology at Sheffield University called it a 'tour de force - fascinating and revealing.' Practitioners, too, rated it highly. John Cridland of the CBI said the results were 'compelling' and John Monks of the TUC said the survey provided the 'strongest argument yet' for new government measures. This work presents the full picture, covering current debates on: *flexibility and new forms of work organisation *high involvement management practices *the changing face of employee representation *Employee motivation and job satisfaction *small business employment relations If you want to know the score on the world of work, then this is the authoritative source.