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Employment Relations: Fairness and Trust in the Workplace

by Cecilie Bingham SAGE Publications Ltd
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Employment Relations reflects critically on current research and future directions in the field, with a unique focus on fairness and trust. Features include: mapped to CIPD learning outcomes at undergraduate and postgraduate level - Employment Relations in the Media - boxes look at news items, films and documentaries to relate theory to real lifelinks to free full-text SAGE articles to encourage further reading contemporary themes of diversity, globalization and ethics running throughout the text with vignettes, cases and end-of-chapter questions to highlight their relevance questions, cases and activities throughout to encourage reflection, critical examination, analysis and debate.

Chapter 1: Introduction: About this book
Chapter 2: Employee Relations: Setting the scene
Chapter 3: Trust and getting a fair deal at work
Chapter 4: Contract change and the employee relationship
Chapter 5: Causes and expressions of workplace conflict
Chapter 6: Conflict: reduction, regulation and resolution
Chapter 7: Employee engagement and the employment relationship
Chapter 8: Sharing information and decision making – from employee involvement to partnership
Chapter 9: Employee voice: being heard and making a difference
Chapter 10: Flexibility and fairness in the employment relationship
Chapter 11: Equitable reward and the employment relationship
Chapter 12: Fairness in practice

This highly readable book examines employment relations from the standpoint of fairness and organisational justice. Chapters include recent relevant case examples and newsflash reports, making tangible issues in academic debates. Questions and exercises encourage reflection on concepts, perspectives and styles of employee relations management. The book is a very valuable addition to the resources on hand for those taking and those teaching employee relations, and is suitable for CIPD accredited courses.