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Profit sharing and industrial stability by Carl Bruno Loescher

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Statement[Thesis presented for the degree of M.B.A. at Boston University, College of Business Administration] 1941
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Pagination130 pages
Number of Pages130
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Profit sharing and industrial stability - CORE Reader. PROFIT SHARING AND EMPLOYMENT STABILITY S shocks are directly estimated with data from a special survey of approximately 4, small businesses in the United States. Second, the effects of profit shar-ing on the probability of being laid off are investigated using a household data set. Profit Sharing and the Demand for Labor Profit Sharing. Chelius, James and Robert S. Smith (), Profit sharing and employment stability, Industrial and Labor Relations Rev S–S. CrossRef Google Scholar Doucouliagos, Chris (), Worker participation and productivity in labor-managed and participatory capitalist firms: A meta analysis, Industrial and Labor Relations Rev 58–Cited by: 8. Profit sharing may enhance employment stability by enabling firms to adjust wages during downturns rather than lay off workers. The use of team-based production is important to the positive productivity growth effect of employee profit sharing. ELEVaToR PITCH Profit sharing can lead to higher productivity and thus to.

on the productivity and stability theories of profit sharing, the survey data were matched with publicly available data from public companies on financial characteristics and performance over the period. What predicts the adoption of profit sharing? Eleven prior studies comparing profit-sharing and non-profit-sharing companies have not. Profit-sharing manufacturing firms are found to have had smaller employment decreases than other manufacturing firms during business downturns: when the unemployment rate increased by one point, manufacturing firms in which all employees participated in a profit-sharing pension plan had a % decrease in employment, compared to a % decrease.   Kruse details the reasons profit sharing plans are implemented and the systemic factors within firms, particularly in relation to unions, that influence whether or not they are successful. Presented is evidence based on a unique database developed from public U.S. firms - matched to firm performance over the period of - on the two central theories related to profit sharing: 1.   Profit sharing in a retail environment will most likely be tied to revenue or margin generated through product sales. Before diving into two common retail profit sharing models, it should be noted that profit sharing and commissions are completely different types of compensation. Commissions are typically paid as part of a salary, earned at.

Douglas L. Kruse, Profit Sharing: Does It Make a Difference? The Productivity and Stability Effects of Employee Profit-sharing Plans. Bruce E. Kaufman, The Origins and Evolution of the Field of Industrial Relations in the United States. John H. Pencavel, Labor Markets Under Trade Unionism: Employment, Wages and Hours.   Finally, the authors show that profit-sharing was related to higher wage growth, indicating a faster rate of skill accumulation. Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Azfar, Omar and Danninger, Stephan, Profit Sharing, Employment Stability, and Wage Growth. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Kruse. Find more information about: ISBN: Does Profit Sharing Increase Stability of Employment? Unions, Profit Sharing, and Employment Stability. Compensation Levels and Profit-Sharing Effects on Stability. Stability Effects of Cash and Deferred Plans, Different Plan Formulas, and. Recently research on profit sharing (PS) has been stimulated in Europe by the PEPPER-Report (Uvalic ), which contains a detailed description and analysis of profit and revenue sharing in the.