Employment Relations: A Critical and International Approachby Pauline Dibben, Geoffrey Wood and Gilton Klerck CIPD - Kogan Page
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Develop a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of employment relations in an international context.
- Chapter - 00: Introduction;
- Section - ONE: Conceptual Debates and Contextual Factors;
- Chapter - 01: The Main Players in Employment Relations - Trade Unions, Employers, and the State;
- Chapter - 02: Theories of Employment Relations;
- Chapter - 03: Employment Relations and Human Resource Management;
- Chapter - 04: Local, National and Global Effects on the Practice of Employment Relations;
- Chapter - 05: Power and Authority;
- Section - TWO: Management Interventions in Employment Relations;
- Chapter - 06: Voice;
- Chapter - 07: Employee Engagement;
- Chapter - 08: Pay and Reward;
- Chapter - 09: Discrimination, Difference and Diversity;
- Chapter - 10: Discipline and Grievance;
- Chapter - 11: Conflict and Dispute Resolution;
- Chapter - 12: Downsizing and Redundancy;
- Chapter - 13: Conclusion: The Relevance of Employment Relations and Comparative Employment Relations
Pauline Dibben is Senior Lecturer in Employment Relations at the University of Sheffield, UK. Geoffrey Wood is Professor in Human Resource Management at the University of Sheffield, UK. Gilton Klerck is Professor of Sociology at Rhodes University, South Africa.