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The choices availablewere soon seen predominantly in terms of two “paradigms”; one corresponded to a kind of advanced “neoTaylorism” with standardized and deskilled jobs, and the other [similarto the “flexible specialization” described by Sabel and Piore (1984)l developed employee skills and enriched work. 1. In the first scenario of “integrated automation,” strong management control over workers—by rules and hierarchical command—is the essential feature, as is also skill fragmentation and a relatively rigid separation between unskilled workers (many of whose jobs disappear), skilled workers, technicians (such as programmers), engineers, and managers.
In developing legislation concerning union rights in the firm-the obligatory recognition by employers of union locals or “sections,” the extension of social security provisions to all employees, and the reform of the law on “conventions collectives” (industrial sector agreements simultaneously tackling a range of employment issues). This substantial effort to place the firm, and not the industrial “branches” (similar but not identical to economic “sectors”), more at the center of French industrial relations was reinforced by two further advances: first, the 1973law on improving working conditions and subsequently the 1975 tripartite agreement on the same subject that itself led to legislation.
This use of influence (and resistance to it), so important in the French introduction of “flexibility,” is hardly to be seen in Howell’s (1994) analysis. I will make up for this gap in existing work in later chapters. More immediately, however, I want to come back to the issue of the paradoxes of EI evoked in the Introduction to this chapter. Drawing on the mainly American academic literature on cooperation and on collaboration, McCaffrey, Faerman, and Hart (1995) argued that the use of EI involves both management and labor in two processes that “pull” in directions that are in tension with each other—in the direction of gaining the advantages of participation (knowledge sharing and collective commitment to decisions), on one hand, and in the contrasting direction of gaining the advantages of centralized control (predictability, order and accountability), on the other.