Employee Relations: How to Build Strong Relationships with Your Employees

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Allen & Unwin, 2003 - Business & Economics - 129 pages
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"Dealing with sensitive issues such as equal employment opportunity, anti-discrimination, cultural diversity, occupational health and safety, and change management requires a thorough understanding of employment conditions and legislation to ensure that matters are dealt with quickly, correctly and fairly. Smart managers will quickly realise that a good grasp of the key issues and possible actions is essential for hiring and keeping quality staff. In this book, the author shows you simple strategies to foster good employee relations, to ensure everyone in the organisation works cooperatively towards common goals." - back cover.
 

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Contents

Developments in employee relations
1
The language and structures
25
Employee relations In the workplace
49
Building a better workplace
73
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About the author (2003)

Laurie Dicker, BA, MComm, DipT, is the director of his own management, training and development consultancy which specialises in conducting development programs in the areas of conflict resolution, negotiation, mediation, dealing with difficult people, change management and career transition. He helps organisations to design programs to meet their specific needs and, from time to time, is called in to assist organisations with dysfunctional units.

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