Pluralism Frame Of Reference Of Industrial Relations And Workplace Change
Heery, Bacon, Blyton, and Fiorito (2008, pp. 14-21 - ATTACHED), discuss challenges or alternatives to the pluralism frame of reference of industrialrelations scholarship, most notably from neo-liberalism conceptualisations of thecontemporary workplace and its economic, political and social environments.
Select an actual example of workplace change at a specific workplace or organisation.
Discuss the extent to which one of the industrial relations orientations identified byHeery et al. (2008, pp. 14-21) is most relevant to understanding your workplace changeexample.
In your discussion highlight the role of the state (applicable government policy and/oremployment regulation), management (relevant strategies and interests), and employeeinvolvement or participation and/or employee representation to help justify yourargument.
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