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Labour Relations (4th Edition)

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Labour Relations, 4th edition, offers a multi-perspective examination of contemporary industrial relations. Aimed at upper level undergraduate and postgraduate students, it provides a lively and thought-provoking analysis of...

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Labour Relations, 4th edition, offers a multi-perspective examination of contemporary industrial relations. Aimed at upper level undergraduate and postgraduate students, it provides a lively and thought-provoking analysis of industrial relations set within a broader political, economic and historical context.

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  • A clear and accessible introduction to the subject 
  • Filled with examples to aid the reader in applying the theory to practice 
  • Statistical material has been updated, relevant changes in labour law have been incorporated 
  • New material has been introduced examining American theoretical work on strategic negotiations and new comparative themes between the UK and Australian systems of employment relations 
  • Written by a leading industrial relations expert, Prof. Burchill draws on his considerable and extensive experience of advising governments, bluechip companies and employment organisations to enliven the book with real-world analysis 




Introduction
1. Harmony and Conflict
2. The Market for Labour
3. Trade Unions
4. The Government of Unions
5. The Employers
6. Collective Bargaining
7. Procedures
8. Settling Disputes
9. Negotiating
10. Industrial Action
11. Pay
12. The New Industrial Relations
13. The Old and the New
14. What Is to Be Done?
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Frank Burchill, OBE is Professor of Labour Relations at the University of Tasmania, Australia.

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Frank Burchill, OBE is Professor of Labour Relations at the University of Tasmania, Australia.

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