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Introduction The aim of this essay will be to access and explain the management of British employment relationship and then derive lessons concerning the management of the employment relationship from the study of the operation structure and effectiveness of systems of the employment relations in Britain An argument will be put forward that what the future of the British ER system is This essay will begin by defining employment relation ER It will then access and explain recent management of the ER system in Britain and discuss the future for Britains ER System It will conclude by discussing the lessons be learnt from the study of Britains ER system The Employment Relation ER Employment relationship is an economical exchange of labour capacity in return for the production of goods and services It is very important to understand the implications of all the aspects of employment relations High levels of collaboration between the workforce and management are likely to be consistent with greater reliability of production and quality of output which in turn would bolster the organizations market position Thus employment relation is one of the most significant areas that need to be invested Rollinson 1993 Salaman 2000 defines employment relations as a reflection of the development of more diverse employment patterns the growth of high tech and commercial sectors reduced levels of unionisation and use of management strategies aimed at individualising the employment relationship in other terms it is the new management of all the variables which influence the work namely the management style the level of employees motivation the work environment job satisfaction the objectives of the company etc Trade unions are developed to protect and promote the interests of their members The ability of trade unions to exercise power and influence over users of that service depends on the relative demand for that service Thus when demand for skilled labour is high trade unions are in a relatively powerful position
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