By Graham Hollinshead, et al.
Pearson Education Limited / Prentice Hall
604 Pages, Illustrated, 7 ½ x 9 ¾"
$99.50 paper original
Contents: Contributors. Preface. Plan of the book. Introduction. PART ONE PERSPECTIVES
ON THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP. 1. Context and Theory in Employee Relations.
2. Values and their Impact on the changing Employment Relationship. PART TWO
THE PARTIES IN EMPLOYMENT. 3. Management. 4. Trade Unions. 5. The State . PART
THREE INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCES AND CHANGING REGULATIONS. 6. The European Union/
7. Multinational and Employee Relations. 8. Regulating the Employment Relationship.
PART FOUR PATTERNS AND PRACTICES . 9. Collective Bargaining. 10. Employee Participation
and Involvement . 11. Pay. 12. Discrimination . 13. Flexibility. 14. Public
Sector Employment . PART FIVE CONCLUSION. 15. The Rediscovery of Conflict in
the Employment Relationship. Index.
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