This book gives a comprehensive survey of the field of Industrial Relations, focusing on general principles and problems. Illustrations are drawn from the practices adopted in many parts of the world such as Australia, France, Germany and the USA. Contents include chapters on the following: * Personnel Management * Training * Methods of Wage Payment * Job Evaluation * Profit-Sharing and Co-partnership * Trade Unionism * Employers' Organizations * Collective Bargaining * Wage Bases * Equal Opportunities * Conciliation and ArbitrationEach person who gives instructions to others about their work, about what shall be done, how it shall be done, and the conditions under ... Personnel management, which includes the management of office, technical, and supervisory staff as well as of manual workers, is as old as ... These specialists give their whole time to personnel problems, they advise the chief executive on personnel policy, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Introduction to the Study of Industrial Relations|
|Author||:||J. H. Richardson|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2003|