Communicating Employee Responsibilities and Rights: A Modern Management Mandate

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Chimezie A. B. Osigweh
Quorum Books, 1987 - Business & Economics - 254 pages
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Understanding the array of occupational rights that give meaning to the emerging demands, expectations, and role responsibilities in the modern workplace is of critical importance. Equally important is achieving an understanding of the evolving workplace practices these rights mandate. Employer and employee understanding of these considerations offers enormous potential for avoiding situations that provoke and escalate conflicts in the contemporary workplace. At the heart of all of this is the need for clear, consistent, and effective communication in the modern organization. This book, containing contributions by outstanding scholars and practitioners in the fields of communication, organizational psychology and management, law, personnel, and industrial and labor relations, addresses the issues involved in communicating employee responsiblities and rights.

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Contents

Defining and Communicating Employee
41
Employee Rights from the Government
53
Employee Rights and Responsibilities
61
Copyright

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CHIMEZIE A. B. OSIGWEH, YG., Professor of Management and Director of Personnel and Industrial Relations Research at Norfolk State University, is President of the Council on Employee Responsibilities and Rights in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

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