LITERATURE A Hand book of HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE by Michael Armstrong, - 10th ed.. 2006.Pp. 215-236.
9. Thema. Personnel Involvement 1. Employee Relations 2. Form al Communication in Organisations 3. Employee as the object of the Personnel Management
9.1. Employee Relations The major parties to employee relations are: primarily individual employees and their managers.
9.1. Employee Relations Individual Employees Managers Trade Union Representatives Employers `Association Representatives Employer-Employee Relations Government BodiesCourts and Tribunals
9.1. Employee Relations Managers tend to see employee relations in term of one or more of the following activities: –Creating and maintaining employee motivation –Obtaining commitment from the workforce –Establishing mutually beneficial channels of communication throughout the organisation
9.1. Employee Relations –Achieving high levels of efficiency –Negotiating terms and conditions of employment with employee representatives –Sharing decision-making with employees –Engaging in a power struggle with trade unions.
9.2. Formal Communication in Organisations Nowadays there are three principal categories of communication media: –Written methods –Oral methods –Electronic methods
9.2. Formal Communication in Organisations Take joint decision Share issues as problems to be solved mutually Inform employees, seek views and modify decision Inform employees and invite comments I nform employees Low--------------- Employee involvement -----------High
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