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This new edition of Industrial Relations: A Contemporary Approach contains the most up-to-date and theoretically informed analysis of the processes and practices of industrial relations. The changing roles of management, unions, governments and arbitration tribunals are accurately described, while the bargaining processes at all levels and their economic and social outcomes are revealed using and accessible writing style.
Explores union and non union form of employee representation.
Seeks to locate current `enterprise bargaining systems in a boarder theoretical and historical framework of bargaining structures and processes.
Study on patterns of cooperation as well as conflict and the efficiency and equity outcome of industrial relation process.
IR versus HRM underlies the analysis in many chapters.
Covers employment relations and employee relations.
Employee representation: trade unions
Employee representation: non-union
Bargaining structures and processes
New Features appearing in every chapter: IR news (relevant news story about IR appeared in press), work story and case studies along with debate questions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Industrial Relations: A Contemporary Approach 3/e
Part I: The Nature and Context of Industrial Relations
Chapter 1: The Study of Industrial Relations
Chapter 2: The Changing Nature of Work and Employment
Part II: The Parties
Chapter 3: The State
Chapter 4: The Federal Tribunal
Chapter 5: Management
Chapter 6: Employee Representation: Trade Unions
Chapter 7: Employee Representation: Non-Union
Part III: Processes and Change
Chapter 8: Bargaining Structures and Processes
Chapter 9: Conflict and Cooperation in the Workplace
Chapter 10: Industrial Relations, HRM and Performance