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Book by Williams Stephen AdamSmith Derek
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Contemporary Employment Relations: A Critical Introduction offers an original, accessible, and critical approach to understanding employment relations. Based on up-to-date research studies, it considers recent developments in employment relations, defined as the way in which employment relationships are regulated, experienced, and contested. A thematic approach to the subject helps to demonstrate the contemporary relevance of employment relations, enabling students to develop an appropriate level of knowledge and understanding of this key area of economic, social, and political life. The book is packed with up-to-date case studies to show how theory applies to real-life examples, from Royal Mail to McDonalds, Kettle Chips and Ryanair.
Online Resource Centre:
Case study guide to accompany end-of-chapter case studies in the text
Guide to web cases
Guide to end of chapter questions
Two video clips featuring practitioners from the TUC and Molly Maid UK discussing employee relations in both a commercial and a not-for-profit organization
Figures and tables from the book in electronic format
Interactive flashcard glossary
Web case studies
Steve Williams is a Senior Lecturer in Employment Relations at the University of Portsmouth Business School. He has researched and written about workplace partnership, vocational qualifications policy, the National Minimum Wage, employment relations in Further Education colleges, and Trade Unionism. Derek Adam-Smith is Head of the Department of Human Resource and Marketing Management at the University of Portsmouth Business School. He was formerly a Principal Lecturer in Employment Relations in the same institution. He has researched and published articles about HIV and AIDS at work, the National Minimum Wage, and the effects of the Working Time Regulations.
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Descripción Oxford University Press, 2010. Paperback. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P11019954543X