Employee Relations HND 2013 Assignment 1
2417 words 10 pagesIndividual Student Record of Grading Outcomes
(To be completed by student while submitting the assessment and by the faculty when reporting the outcome of the students work)
SECTION A: TO BE FILLED BY THE STUDENT
Unit No and Name
Assignment Title :
Understand the context of employee relations against a changing background
Date Submitted : (if different)
Grading criteria covered within this assignment:
M1 and M2
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Autonomous external negotiators should be incorporated to help in regard to settlement of disputes.
Union recognition should be encouraged and union representatives given scope to carry out their representative duties
All-Inclusive mutual agreements must be negotiated with unions.
The Differences between Unitarism and Pluralism;
Unitarism and pluralism are concepts that differ vastly in their definition as well as their procedures. These terms are mainly heard of in employee relations.
Unitarism believes that the management or employees of the organization have to be interconnected and work hand in hand with each other to achieve their goals and for the welfare of the company.
While Pluralism on the other hand believes that various groups of employees have different needs and necessities therefore making it sort a selected procedure and acknowledging this fact can help the company achieve its goals.
Something one must know is that unitarism believes that the employees and company shares the same agenda, the experts call it a “Unitary Outlook”
Pluralism does not believe in the control implemented by the management. . This is one of the main differences between pluralism and Unitarism.