Managing Employment Relations

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Edition: 6th
Publication Date: March 2016
Pages: 416
Format: Book

ISBN13: 9781843983781

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Managing Employment Relations remains the most hands-on, practical guide to employment relations on the market, helping students apply their learning in practice. The sixth edition of this celebrated text has been revised and updated to make it essential reading for the CIPD’s Managing Employment Relations unit and for non-CIPD Employment Relations modules.

The new edition features include:

  • A focus on the theory and practice of managing conflict with a brand new chapter on workplace mediation
  • Revised chapters on discipline, grievance and redundancy, based on the latest research, and contemporary practice
  • A more critical approach, reflecting the increasing role played by line managers in employment relations and the influence of employee representation
  • A richer exploration of the context of employment relations with new coverage of the global environment, the changing labour market and regulatory reform.

Online Resources for tutors:

  • A Lecturer’s Guide
  • PowerPoint slides
  • Additional case studies
  • Sample essay questions for use in seminars and for practice assignments

Online Resources for students:

  • Annotated web links including extra links to journal articles
  • Annual updates
  • Additional case studies
  • Sample essay questions
Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. The Concepts and Processes of Employment Relations

Chapter 3. The Context of Employment Relations

Chapter 4. Employment Relations and the Law

Chapter 5. The Global Environment

Chapter 6. Employment Relations Strategies, Policies and Change

Chapter 7. Employee Engagement

Chapter 8. Managing Employment Relations

Chapter 9. Employee Representation

Chapter 10. Employee Involvement and Participation

Chapter 11. Managing Workplace Conflict

Chapter 12. Managing Workplace Discipline

Chapter 13. Managing Employee Grievances

Chapter 14. Managing Redundancy

Chapter 15. The Role of Mediation in Conflict Resolution

Chapter 16. Conclusion: Thoughts for the future
Authors
John Gennard
The late John Gennard was Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde, UK.

Graham Judge
Graham Judge is Group Human Resources Director for Local World Ltd.

Tony Bennett
Tony Bennett is Visiting Fellow and lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, UK and is also a freelance researcher, workplace meditator and trainer.

Richard Saundry
Richard Saundry is Associate Professor (Reader) in Human Resource and Leadership Studies at Plymouth University, UK. He teaches employee relations and employment law at both undergraduate and post-graduate level.

Endorsement
"This text provides critical insights into a range of contemporary employment issues in a range or organisational settings... it is well written and presents the reader with theoretical perspectives and practical discussion throughout."

Ronnie Caddow, Lecturer in ER/HRM and MSc HRM full time Programme Leader, Glasgow Caledonian University

"This book critically analyses important contemporary employment relations issues. It combines practical examples and a thorough theoretical underpinning that makes it the perfect text for students and practitioners alike."

David Vickers, Course Leader CIPD programmes, University of Central Lancashire

"A well-informed and structured text that provides a comprehensive and contemporary analysis of employment relations. The authors have revised many areas and provide a wealth of examples and case studies that underpin essential learning and add to the debates in this dynamic area. This text will provide the reader with a real insight into the world of employment relations and its significance in the 21st century."

Jereme Snook, Senior Lecturer in Law Sheffield Hallam University

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