LECTURE 4 EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
The term 'employee relations' (generally used interchangeably with 'employment relations'
'industrial relations') is generally defined as being about the collective employment
relationship ie: the way that
LECTURE 3 REWARD MANAGEMENT (How SALARY is paid)
Reward is clearly central to the employment relationship. While there are plenty of people who
enjoy working and who claim that they would not stop working even if they were to win a big c
Lecture Seven: International HRM
We must recognise that HRM around the world is influenced by institutional and cultural
differences. Institutional frameworks consist of business systems and legal frameworks, for
example, we must consider to
to an organisation, critically assess the effects of its approach to
motivating its employees.
Needs to be met
Once, Dwight D. Eisenhowers (cited in Achim et al., 2013) said that motivation is the
art of getting people to do what you want