Productivity Improvement and Corporate Survival: Challenges to Trade Unions

Stephen Talabi Aroge


The general perception of workers about productivity improvement is that productivity gains benefit the shareholder and management alone. Very few workers believe productivity improvement benefit the employees. This paper identifies the need to change this perception and speculates that when the perception of workers change towards productivity improvement, the management, unions and government will coexist peaceably in the workplace. It also suggests ways by which training can serve as a response to the challenges for productivity improvement in the workplace in particular and the society in general.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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