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Increases in wages and other benefits— when and where they have occurred—have not led to greater worker participation in the labour process. Indeed, ‘improvements in compensation levels and working conditions are as often introduced to avoid unions as to foster long-term organisational changes’ (Deyo, 1997:216, emphasis added). Rasiah’s case study of the Proton car firm in Malaysia (Chapter 5) draws similar conclusions. He observes that the introduction of ‘flexible’ systems has been uneven, largely due to the wider policy environment.
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