Employee Relations in an Organisational Context
Published: March 2006
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DescriptionIn this textbook, Kathy Daniels writes about Employee Relations from an organisational context perspective. It is an ideal book for students studying Employee Relations modules on HR and business degree programmes at undergraduate level. It is also suitable for the CIPD elective, covering all the CIPD standards in this area, and provides a strong legal background to the topic.
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ContentsWhat is the Employment Relationship?
External Factors and their Impact on the Employment Relationship
The National and Global Context
The Role of Management in Employment Relations
The Role of Employees in Employment Relations
Employee Involvement and Participation
Collective Bargaining and Negotiation
Resolving Individual Grievances
Reward and the Employment Relationship
Discipline and Dismissals
The Law Relating to Employee Relations
Individual Legal Protection
Kathy teaches at Aston Business School and is a tutor for ICS Ltd in Employment Law and related topics. She is also a tutor on the Advanced Certificate in Employment for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. She is a lay member of the Employment Tribunals, sitting in Birmingham. Prior to these appointments she was a Senior Personnel Manager in the manufacturing sector.