Employment Relations, 2nd Edition
Mark Bray | Peter Waring | Rae Cooper
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Human Resource Management Level: B/I/A
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THERE IS A NEWER EDITION OF THIS BOOK AVAILABLE. FOR THE 3rd EDITION, PLEASE PERFORM A NEW SEARCH USING THE FOLLOWING ISBN13: 9781743070130
Building on the huge success of the first edition of Employment Relations by Bray, Waring and Cooper, this second edition is fully updated and revised to incorporate changes brought about by the Fair Work Act 2009. Employment Relations 2e is also the only book in the market that is on a two year publishing cycle making it your preferred option for teaching the most up to date information. The book has been thoroughly revised and streamlined to make it even easier to navigate and to further improve the learning experience. It also includes news stories from 2010 which demonstrate the Fair Work Act in action, and as it has been tested by various organisations, corporations and the government since the Act came into force. Chapters 9 & 10 have been extensively revised. Chapter 9 has been restructured to focus on statutory standards and workplace rights in the areas of minimum employment standards, unfair dismissal, equal employment opportunity and occupational health and safety. Chapter 10 on bargaining structures and processes has also been extensively updated in accordance with the changes brought about by the Fair Work Act 2009.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Theory And Context
Ch 1. What is employment relations?
Ch 2. The study of employment relations
Ch 3. Theoretical comparisons
Ch 4. The changing context of Australian employment relations
Part 2: The Parties
Ch 5. The state
Ch 6. Management
Ch 7. Employee representation: Trade unions
Ch 8. Employee representation: Non-union
Part 3: Processes And Outcomes
Ch 9. Statutory regulation
Ch 10. Bargaining structures and processes
Ch 11. Industrial conflict
Ch 12. Employment relations and performance
# Advances in Australian Employment Relations (July 2008?March 2009)