Employment Relations

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Employee relations may be defined as those policies and practices which are concerned with the management and regulation of relationships between the organisation, the individual staff member, and groups of staff within the working environment. The objective of the policies and practices are to create • An effective mechanism for communication and participation • A safe and secure work environment • Commitment for the employer and motivation for the employees Employment relationships are built on trust and the rights of both employee and employer. Each day, employees and employers work together to complete tasks and projects for businesses. Both employees and employers have very specific rights and responsibilities that are standard…show more content…
• Act in good faith and to show loyalty to the organization that they are employed with and have the best interests of the employer at heart at all times • Display good behaviour in the work place and to comply with company policies, follow work place rules and procedures and adhere to disciplinary codes and dress codes if there are any. • Strive honestly toward the company 's vision, mission , work objectives and performance standards. • Behave in the workplace in a manner acceptable to the company and to the norms of the society of the country. • Report any dishonest or unlawful practices in the workplace, including any breaches of company policies and procedures Employee relations is the manner in which management addresses and interacts with the staff. Maintaining good employee relations helps reduce workplace conflict, raise staff morale and increase overall productivity. The main objectives of a trade unions are to protect the interest of its members and regulate the relationship between employees and their employers. The Trade Union Act 1959 regulates the activities of unions and matters relating to union disputes, the usage and provision of funds, the formation of unions, the formation of Federation Trade Unions. Trade unions conduct collective bargaining with
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