Employment Relations [Paperback]

[Ed Rose] | 736 pages.

Published by Prentice Hall on 31 July 2008.

Product Description

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.

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Employment Relations by Ed Rose provides the most thorough and engaging introduction to the subject available today.

Clearly structured around the themes of continuity and change, policies and practices, Employment Relations:

  • combines the development of employment relations concepts with the practicalities of relationships in today’s changing workplace, bridging the gap between theory and practice or analysis and training.
  • covers the historical context and development of the subject, as well as the changing national, international and political contexts of employment relations.
  • includes frequent engaging self-evaluation activities for students, and case studies within each chapter.
  • A companion website at www.pearsoned.co.uk/rose offers useful weblinks, annual legislative updates, answers to the book's self-evaluation questions, and teaching resources.

New to this edition:

  • updated with relevant and contemporary statistics, legislation, case material and academic contributions.
  • new chapters on 'Employee participation, partnership and involvement' and 'Collective disputes and their resolution'.
  • more extensive consideration of HRM within the employment relationship.
  • inclusion throughout of the debates and issues of today, such as employee voice and partnership, modernisation vs. marketisation, collectivism vs. individualism and the future of employment relations.

Ed Rose is a Senior Lecturer in Employment Relations in the Business School at Liverpool John Moores University.

Essential reading for anyone approaching employment relations for the first time, it is suitable for undergraduate, post-graduate and CIPD students of Employment Relations, Industrial Relations, HRM or Personnel Management courses.

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