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Employee Relations
Summary and further reading

 Summary

'Employee Relations' is a relatively new term which broadens the study of industrial relations to include wider aspects of the employment relationship, including non-unionized workplaces, personal contracts and socio-emotional, rather than contractual, arrangements. This is an area with diverse ideological underpinnings and political ramifications. Governments have taken an active part in determining its conduct. In Europe, harmonization is leading to the establishment of works councils across the EU, giving a new role for collective representation.

Further reading - Books about Employee Relations

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Employment Relations

by Ed Rose
  The exciting second edition of this contemporary text is essential reading for those approaching Employment Relations for the first time. For undergraduate and post-graduate students on Employment Relations, Industrial Relations or HRM courses, or CIPD students, this is already a key textbook in its field.
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Employee Relations

by John Gennard, Graham Judge
  Written by the Chief Examiner and Associate Examiner for employee relations for the CIPD, the new edition of this best-selling text has been written specifically to cater for the CIPD's Employee Relations elective. Offering a highly practical and accessible overview of the impact of the economic, corporate and legal environment on employee relations, it is also suitable for students taking an employee/industrial relations module on an HR or business degree programme at undergraduate or postgraduate level. TARGETED AT - Students studying CIPD Professional Qualifications and undergraduate and post graduate students on employee relations modules on business and HRM courses
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Employee Relations: Understanding the Employment Relationship

by Philip Lewis, Adrian Thornhill, Mark Saunders
  Encouraging students to think beyond the mainstream, this text takes the employment relationship as the central concept and examines the issues from "inside the employment relationship, looking out" rather than the traditional approach of looking at the factors that impinge upon the employment relationship. While the basic approach is value free, every opportunity is taken to highlight alternative ways of thinking about the Employment Relationship.
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The Handbook of Employment Relations, Law and Practice

edited by Brian Towers
  This is the fourth edition of the classic originally published as The Handbook of Industrial Relations Practice. In this comprehensive handbook, a host of acknowledged experts have been brought together to consider all aspects of employment relations.
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The Dynamics of Employee Relations

by Paul Blyton, Peter Turnbull
  An analysis of the changes and underlying continuities occurring in employee relations. The authors draw extensively on a wide range of case studies to produce a well informed, critical account.
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Employee Relations

by Graham Hollinshead, Stephanie Tailby, Peter Nicholls
  The text is ideal for undergraduates and postgraduates, providing an up-to-date approach for those studying Employee Relations, HRM and related disciplines on a range of courses including BA Business Studies and CIPD professional programmes. This new edition has been revised to take account of the salient developments currently shaping the subject of employee relations from concrete issues such as changes in legislation, employment practices or facets of trade union structure and membership, to those of a more interpretative nature.
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International and Comparative Employment Relations

edited by Greg J. Bamber, Russell D. Lansbury, Nick Wailes
  This completely revised new edition systematically analyzes employment relations in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Italy, France, Germany, Sweden, Japan and Korea. Comparative chapters examine the relevant theories and latest trends while an appendix provides valuable comparative data. Experts examine the environment of employment relations in each country: economic, historical, legal, social and political. They outline the major 'players' and evaluate arbitration, consultation and employee participation. They also cover non-unionised workplaces, novel forms of HRM, law reform, employee involvement, multinational enterprises, differences between eastern and western companies, small and medium sized enterprises, technological change, flexibility and pay determination.
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Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice

by Mike Salamon
  This well-known text draws on an extensive range of sources and materials to present a thorough, yet clear, introduction to the subject of industrial or employee relations for those studying at undergraduate, postgraduate or post-experience level. It provides a framework of concepts and knowledge for understanding and analysing approaches to the subject, the roles of the major participants, the issue confronting them and the strategies and processes used. The fourth edition retains the structure and international focus of the previous edition, but has been updated throughout and includes several new learning features.
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