Recommended by the New Zealand Institute of Management
New Zealand Employment Relations looks at the ways in which employers, employees and their representatives interact, examining their motives and actions in a social, political and economic context. It provides an accessible and practical guide to legal rights and responsibilities, basic employment law, and topical issues in the workplace.
Written specifically to cover the learning outcomes for the level 4 employment relations paper of the NZIM Certificate in Management, this book is suitable for a range of introductory employment relations courses. Managers, supervisors and worker representatives, as well those seeking a general introduction to labour and employment relations, will also find this book useful.
- Employment relations in New Zealand
- The parties to the employment relationship
- The nature of employment agreements
- Resolving employment problems
- Employment relations in the changing workplace
References and further reading
- Covers legal rights and responsibilities in the workplace.
- Provides practical guidance on wage bargaining.
- Looks at the context within which employment relations operate.
- Discusses topical issues such as equity in the workplace.
Lecturer's Guide on CD