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Employee Relations

A Practical Introduction

Understand how to plan, implement and manage an effective employee relations strategy with this essential guide from the HR Fundamentals series.
EAN: 9781398604834
Edition: 3
Published:
Format: 233x155
224 pages

About the book

The third edition of Employee Relations is a practical guide to the principles and practice of fostering positive relationships with employees to develop their engagement and achieve business success.

It features updated material on recent legislation changes including employment status in the gig economy and deregulation as a result of new international relations. Covering key areas such as conflict and dispute resolution, redundancies, rights and ethics, this book equips you with the skills and knowledge to plan, build and assess employee relations in any type of organization. Practical diagnostic tools and real-life examples from organizations including HSBC show how these strategies can be applied in practice.

With updated guidance and examples covering employee voice and the virtual workplace, Employee Relations is a vital resource for HR practitioners and students alike. Online resources include questionnaires and templates to support the development of an effective employee relations strategy.

HR Fundamentals is a series of succinct, practical guides featuring exercises, examples and case studies. They are ideal for students and those in the early stages of their HR careers.

About the authors

Elizabeth Aylott is an experienced HR specialist and lecturer in the areas of employee relations and employment law. After a career in HR, both in industry and the charitable sector, she taught on CIPD programmes at all levels and lectured on HRM and business degree courses. She is also the author of Employment Law, published by Kogan Page. She is based in Surrey, UK.

Employee Relations is an easy-to-read, practical and informative guide packed full with case studies and up to date research, making it an invaluable resource for HR students, practitioners and business managers.

Debbie Paddington, HR Business Partner, The Kent Autistic Trust