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Employee Relations in an Organisational Context

Develop an in depth appreciation for the different factors that impact the employee-company relationship so that you can apply the theory in practice within your own organisation.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843981381
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 246x178
352 pages

About the book

Employee Relations in an Organisational Context offers a comprehensive yet accessible look at the topic area, which considers the core topics of employee relations while providing coverage of key developments in the field. Designed to develop a thorough grounding in how the relationship between employee and organisation is structured and influenced, topics discussed include the foundations of this overarching relationship, the external factors that affect it, the role of management and employees themselves, employee involvement and participation, and grievances, discipline and dismissal.

A range of interactive features are used to really engage you with the subject matter under discussion and allow you to work and absorb the material: individual chapter objectives help you focus your learning and evaluate your progress, activities encourage you to reflect on the concepts addressed or delve a little deeper into specific issues, case studies from across the public, private and voluntary sectors illustrate the theoretical examples explored, whilst examples to work through are provided at the end of each chapter to cement learning and test understanding. Employee Relations in an Organisational Context will give you the in depth appreciation for the different factors that impact the employee-company relationship and allow you to apply the theory in practice within your own organisation. Online resources offered include lecturer's guides and PowerPoints slides.

About the authors

Kathy Daniels

Kathy Daniels is Associate Professor and Associate Dean: Learning and Teaching at Aston University. She teaches employment law and employee relations at both undergraduate and masters level and is the lead tutor for employment law programmes at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). She writes and presents extensively for a variety of organisations and law firms, specialising in employment law. 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.

More about Kathy Daniels

The text covers the CIPD standards and also goes wider in bringing in elements of OB. A particularly strength of the text is its interactive features – the activities and case studies, as well as the organisational examples. Up-to-date statistics are also welcome, as is the up-to-date review of legislation. The material is relevant and interesting and provides a refreshing attempt to present the subject in a modified way and to include elements of organisational behaviour

Paul Smith, Senior Lecturer and Head of Subject Group, University of Hertfordshire