Essay about Industrial Relations
This project is submitted in response to the case study of module 08 in Professional Qualification in Human Resources Management.
I am extremely grateful to all people, too numerous to mention, who have contributed to this case study.
The Management Process ,analyzation of a case in an organization, how to give an solution to the problems based on the theory and techniques which I have included in this case study are the most valuable ideas I have gained from my lecturers at IPM and various HRM Professionals. I would like to acknowledge the help of everyone who sacrificed their valuable time for various research programmes and those who have kindly helped me to develop this project.
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4.0 Reasons for poor industrial relations
▪ Hardened attitudes from poor pre-existing relationships;
▪ Parties avoiding meaningful bargaining by refusing to discuss.Employing an overly-aggressive or formalistic style of negotiation;
▪ Disrespectful and even outrageous behaviour by negotiators;
▪ Unrealistic expectations;
▪ Incomplete information on issues being bargained;
▪ Leadership issues.
▪ Poor communications skills;
▪ Workers and management not seeing issues in the same manner .
▪ Lack of trust or credibility;
▪ Real decision-makers not being at the table, particularly in large multi-national corporations;
▪ Changes ofnwork place and new workplace procedures (e.g. over discipline) without meaningful discussion;
The main aspects of Industrial Relations are:
i. Labor Relations, i.e. relations between union and management. ii. Employer-employees relations, i.e. relations between management and employees. iii. Group relations,