What Makes for Effective Labor Representation on Pension Boards?Labor Studies Journal
URL with Digital Object Identifierhttps://doi.org/10.1177/0160449X07299731
This article examines the efficacy of labor representation on pension boards. Using existing literature and interviews with labor trustees, this article develops a model where a more formal approach to recruitment and selection, skill acquisition, and accountability is hypothesized to aid labor trustees in achieving effective integration and representation on pension boards. Data indicate that labor trustees are placed in a challenging environment with insufficient support from their union, other trustees, or the board. These findings have important implications for the selection, training, and integration of labor trustees and the success of a labor agenda on pension issues.
Citation InformationJohanna Weststar and Anil Verma. "What Makes for Effective Labor Representation on Pension Boards?" Labor Studies Journal Vol. 32 Iss. 4 (2007) p. 382 - 410
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This is an author-accepted manuscript. The article was initially published by Sage Journals in Labor Studies Journal, 2007, and the published version can be found at: https://doi.org/10.1177/0160449X07299731