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1 Have you ed your exercises to your team leader? – might get included in PT ALL: Create exercises on: 1.Management 2.Company Structure 3.Motivation At least 1 exercise (with the key) for each topic. - look for the types of exercises on my web site - don’t exaggerate with paragraph-writing tasks the exercises to team leader (Mon 20/12/10) TEAM LEADER: a) the collection of tasks to me (Wed 22/12/10)

2 Hw check: MK, Comprehension & Vocabulary (pp 17-18) What do you think about Theory X? Do you think Theory Y can be universally applied? Are you convinced by the theory of satisfiers and motivators? Which management style would you personally prefer? As a subordinate? What would you do to motivate your subordinates? (e.g. bus drivers, nurses, production-line workers, designers)

3 LABOUR RELATIONS or INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Employers vs. __________ Management vs. ___________ Management vs. unions: a) labour unions b) trade unions

4 LABOUR RELATIONS or INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Employers vs. employees Management vs. employees Management vs. unions: a) labour unions b) trade unions What are labour unions or trade unions? What do they do? What can they do when dissatisfied?

5 Trade / labour unions: 1. Negotiate over 3 main issues: F_ _ _wages R_ _ _ _ _able working hours S_ _ _ working conditions Collective bargaining

6 Trade / labour unions: 1. Negotiate over 3 main issues: Fair wages Reasonableworking hours Safe working conditions 2. Defend workers with individual grievances 3. Take industrial actions: - strike, go-slow (slowdown), picketing, working-to-rule → R, p 42: I & III, IV, II Collective bargaining

7 Provide opposites – labour market conditions 1.white-collar worker 2.permanent job 3.skilled worker 4.job security 5.flexible labour market 6.employment 7.upturn 8.economic recession 9.regulation 10.a growing gap 11.a widening gap 12.a reversible process 13.stability 14.stable

8 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker

9 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job

10 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker

11 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability

12 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market

13 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment

14 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn

15 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery

16 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery deregulation

17 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery deregulation a decreasing gap

18 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery deregulation a decreasing gap a narrowing gap

19 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery deregulation a decreasing gap a narrowing gap an irreversible process

20 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery deregulation a decreasing gap a narrowing gap an irreversible process instability

21 Ta-taaaa : white-collar worker permanent job skilled worker job security flexible labour market employment upturn economic recession regulation a growing gap a widening gap a reversible process stability stable blue-collar worker temporary job unskilled worker job instability stable labour market unemployment downturn economic recovery deregulation a decreasing gap a narrowing gap an irreversible process instability unstable → R, p 43, 1b

22 R, p 43 1c Denis MacShane on trade unions: The role of unions: –Voice for the __________ of workers –P__________ & e_____________ role Govt. and companies should: –___________ unions –___________ unions as _________

23 Denis MacShane on trade unions: The role of unions: –voice for the interest of workers –political & economic role Govt. and companies should: –encourage unions –accept unions as partners Complete the sentences in ex. 2

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