Labour Relations (Economics Today)

 
9780333540664: Labour Relations (Economics Today)

This is an introduction to the theory and practice of labour relations. Although based predominantly on the UK experience it raises and discusses general principles at a level which newcomers to the subject should understand. Labour relations have undergone considerable change in recent years. The sources of these changes are discussed in a way which also provides the reader with insights into the process of reform of trade unions. New labour relations practices, often characterized as Japanization, are also analyzed as well as the impact of international changes.

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FRANK BURCHILL is Professor and Head of the Department of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations at Keele University. He is the co-author (with Alice Casey) of Human Resource Management: The NHS - A Case Study, also publichsed by Macmillan.

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'An excellent introduction to industrial relations and related topics for first year students.' - Professor Peter Turnbull, University of Cardiff 'This excellent book is well written and well presented.' - J. McIlroy, Industrial Tutor 'Labour Relations provides a useful guide to many of the core principles and practices of industrial relations.' - P. Blyton, British Book News 'A good, useful basic text.' - T.I. Doughty, Staffordshire University

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Frank Burchill
Published by Palgrave Macmillan (1992)
ISBN 10: 0333540662 ISBN 13: 9780333540664
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