Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Gerd Schienstock, Paul Thompson, and Franz Traxler (editors).|
|Contributions||Schienstock, Gerd., Thompson, Paul, 1951 Jan. 1-, Traxler, Franz, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||HD8380.7 .I53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||97150008|
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Industrial relation means the relationship between employers and employees in course of employment in industrial organisations. However, the concept of Industrial Relations has a broad and narrow meaning. In a broad sense, the term Industrial Relations includes the relationship between the various unions, between the state and the unions as well as those . Industrial Relations is a comprehensive textbook specially designed to meet the needs of MBA students. It discusses theories and the policy framework, and their impact on the relations between labour and management in the manufacturing sector. Users shall find this book highly useful for its coverage of the policy framework for labour and industry on managerial decision . The difference between Strategic HRM and Strategic Industrial Relations The subject of discussion is 'Strategic Industrial Relations to ensure competitive business advantage.' I thank the organisers for arranging a conclave on 'Strategic Industrial Relations.' We hear 'Strategic Human Resource Management' very often. Building on original industry case studies, the analysis goes beyond general debates about the relative merits of labor market regulation to reveal important national differences in the functioning of minimum wage systems and their integration within national models of industrial by: