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Industrial Relations In Ireland

Industrial Relations In Ireland
A concise overview of contemporary Irish Industrial Relations, reflecting the changed economic, legislative, social and political environments in Ireland today.
Our Price: €34.99
ISBN/EAN9780717143818
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Publisher: Gill
Pub. Date: April 26 2013
Author: Wallace, Joseph
Format: Paperback
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A concise overview of contemporary Irish Industrial Relations, reflecting the changed economic, legislative, social and political environments in Ireland today. * Provides all the main contextual issues and theoretical perspectives, combined with details on institutions, to promote an informed view of this subject. * Presents a historical and international context, allowing for an apprecaition of industrial relations processes, law and practice. * Highlights the Croke Park Agreement, new employment legislation and trade union law amendments, and features and analyses all current industrial relations developments. * Includes comparative material, which gives context to the nature and development of the contemporary Irish system of industrial relations. * Provides guidance on key skills for managing people, including negotiation skills and skills for conducting disciplinary and grievance interviews. * Presents a balanced and comprehensive treatment of contentious topics, and uses case studies to provide context and engage debate.
Written For: Industrial Relations or Human Resource Management courses at third level Institute of Professional Development courses Industrial relations practitioners
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