HRM PRESENTTION - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS EMPLOYEE What is...

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EMPLOYEE RELATIONS EMPLOYEE RELATIONS What is Employee Relations? Employee Relations involves the body of work concerned with maintaining employer- employee relationships that contribute to satisfactory productivity, motivation, and morale. Essentially, Employee Relations is concerned with preventing and resolving problems involving individuals which arise out of or affect work situations.
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Advice is provided to supervisors on how to correct poor performance and employee misconduct. In such instances, progressive discipline and regulatory and other requirements must be considered in effecting disciplinary actions and in resolving employee grievances and appeals. Information is provided to employees to promote a better understanding of management's goals and policies Information is also provided to employees to assist them in correcting poor performance, on or off duty misconduct, and/or to address personal issues that affect them in the workplace. Employees are advised about applicable regulations, legislation, and bargaining agreements.
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COLLECTIVE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; BARGAINING; INTRODUCTION Collective bargaining is a type of negotiation used by employees to work with their employers. During a collective bargaining period, workers' representatives approach the employer and attempt to negotiate a contract which both sides can agree with.
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Typical issues covered in a labor contract are hours, wages, benefits, working conditions, and the rules of the workplace. Once both sides have reached a contract that they find agreeable, it is signed and kept in place for a set period of time, most commonly three years. The final contract is called a “Collective Bargaining Agreement that reflect the fact that it is the result of a collective bargaining effort.
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HISTORY OF COLLECTIVE HISTORY OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PROCESS BARGAINING PROCESS : : The roots of collective bargaining lie in the late nineteenth century, when workers began to agitate for more rights in their places of employment. Many skilled trades started using their skills as bargaining tools to force their employers to meet their workplace needs. Other workers relied on general strikes to
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HRM PRESENTTION - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS EMPLOYEE What is...

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