Managing Employment Relations

By: John Gennard,Graham Judge

Catalogue Number: VJ7-K3GD

Managing Employment Relations

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development
  • ISBN: 9781843982562
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This is a highly practical and established text designed specifically for the CIPD's new Managing Employment Relations module. It fully covers the new CIPD standards and revised module. It takes a hands-on, practical approach to Employment Relations, enabling students to apply their learning in the workplace. It is also suitable for non-CIPD Employment Relations modules. New to this edition: an improved balance of theory and practice - a theoretical framework is set out in the opening chapter and more academic references are included; all chapters have been updated to include the latest developments; a new chapter on Employee Engagement; more on managing conflict; a more international perspective, including the global strategies of multinationals; more case studies, examples and activities; chapter outlines and end of chapter review questions; and, Online resource centre - for tutors: PowerPoint slides, Lecturers Guide, additional case studies, and for students: annotated web links, and regular updates to legislation.

Author's Biography

John Gennard Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde Graham Judge Group HR Director for Yattendon Investment Trust plc who employee over 1,200 people. Company own a number of regional papers, Channel TV (ITV franchise holder for Channel Islands), a subsidiary Marina Developments Ltd and a producer of Christmas trees. Held personnel and training posts within publishing, printing and packaging industries Lectured extensively on a range of management issues A fellow of the CIPD

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