Employee Relations : A Study On Employees Relations Progress And Performance

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PROJECT TITLE: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS: A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE RELATIONS PROGRESS AND PERFORMANCE

Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business
Essex International College
Employee Relations
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Submission Date: 09-12-2013

Executive Summary
Effective and fruitful employee relations are beneficial to every firm to maintain productivity and efficiency. Here, we have analyzed the ASDA or Wal-Mart case study to examine the significance of employee relations in the workplace. In the whole assignment basic features of employee relations, role collective bargaining in employee relations, ways to solve the workplace conflict and HRM role in improving employee relations are discussed.

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Introduction 4
Task 1 4
1. On the basis of your research, and through the case study, would you categorise Wal-Mart’s and ASDA’s approach to resisting trade union organisation as unitarist or pluralist (union substitution or suppression) 4
Give examples of the strategy they appear to have adopted (AC 1.1) 4
2. With reference to these two approaches, how do you think that the changes to trade unionism (certainly since the 1980’s) have affected employee relations? (AC 1.2) 5
3. Who are, and what are the roles of, the main players in employee relations? (AC 1.3) 5
Task 2 7
1. Explain the procedures Wal-Mart/ASDA should have followed when dealing…

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