Employment Relations in the UK,
By, Ed Rose
Financial Times/ Prentice Hall
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
$115.00 paper original
Employment Relations by Ed Rose provides the most thorough and engaging introduction to the subject available today and is essential reading for anyone approaching Employment Relations for the first time.
Suitable for undergraduate, post-graduate and CIPD students of Employment Relations, Industrial Relations, HRM or Personnel Management courses.
PART ONE: Overview of Employment Relations
Ch.1: Setting the Scene
PART TWO: Employment Relations: Movers, Shakers, Parties and Institutions
Ch.2: Management and Employment Relations
Ch.3: Trade unions and the employment relationship
Ch.4: Government policy and employment relations
PART THREE: Employment Relations: Patterns, Processes and Outcomes
Ch.5: Collective bargaining, pay determination and workplace relations
Ch 6: Employee participation, partnership and involvement
Ch.7: Employment relations in non-union firms
Ch.8: Collective disputes and their resolution
PART FOUR: The Employment Relationship: Skills, Practices and Policy
Ch.9: Negotiation and negotiating skills
Ch.10: Discipline and grievance: incorporating an overview of individual employment law
Ch.11: Discrimination and diversity within the employment relationship
Ch.12: Unfair dismissal, redundancy and tribunal procedure
PART FIVE: Conclusion
Ch. 13: The recent past and the near future
Author Ed Rose is a Senior Lecturer in Employment Relations in the Business School at Liverpool John Moore’s University.
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