Contemporary Industrial Relations

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The "New Industrial Relations" thesis maintains that fundamental change has occurred in British industrial relations sufficient to warrant a re-evaluation of the workplace relationship. In this book leading figures in the field review the assumptions of this argument and the evidence. Topics include the development of HRM policies; employment legislation; changes in union membership, structures and activity; Japanization; changes in the public sector.

Contemporary Industrial Relations 1996, OUP Oxford, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198773887

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