Employee Relations Unitary and Pluralistic Frames on Conflict Resolution : Report

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EMPLOYEERELATIONS
Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................4PART 1............................................................................................................................................41.1 Unitary and Pluralistic Approach..........................................................................................41.2 Impact of the changes of the trade unionism on the employee relation................................51.3 Role of the key players in the employees relations...............................................................7PART 2............................................................................................................................................82.1 Procedures for handing different conflict situations.............................................................82.2 key features of the employees relation................................................................................102.3 Evaluating the effectiveness of procedures followed by the parties in conflict situation...103.1 Role of the negotiation in collective bargaining.................................................................123.2 Assessing the impact of the negotiation strategies implemented by the parties in theconflict situation........................................................................................................................13PART 3..........................................................................................................................................144.1Influence of EU on industrial democracy in UK.................................................................144.2 Comparison of the well- known and the declined methods for gaining employeeparticipation and innovation......................................................................................................144.3 Impact of human resource management on employee's relation........................................14CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................15REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................15
IntroductionEmployee relation is important in an organisation as it can build the trust between themboth (organisation and the employees). This can make many changes in anorganisation(Ayyagari., Grover and Purvis., 2011). In the report the first section there is beendefined the employee relation through the unitary and pluralistic frames on the conflictsresolution, this essay is been defining the changes in the organisation on the relation of theemployees and the second part of the report is containing the dispute between the junior doctorsand the government, this is having the whole relation of the employees relations and the conflictsoccurs. The employees plays an important role in the organisation as the HR is an most valuableassets of the organisation without them nothing can be done in the organisation. So having thegood relation between the employees is important to make the environment of an organisationbetter.PART 11.1 Unitary and Pluralistic Approach.Employee relation is having the two perspective. First is the unitary approach and thesecond is pluralistic approach. By doing the findings of the these two of the perspective wouldhelp them to analysis the impact of the management of the employee relation by resolving theconflict(Daymon and Holloway, 2010). Unitary approach considers in the every organisation tocombine all the employees together and to make the proper decisions in any of the project. In allthe organisation it is important to take an advice of the employees so that they can be involved inthe program of the organisation and by this they will manage to work together and that will manygood things in an organisation if there is an unity in between the employees then they can dotheir work properly and on the particular time provided to them so that they can achieve thegoals and objectives of the organisation(Baccaroand Howell., 2011).Plural approach the work is been done by individual so the it will be difficult to solve theconflict among the employees and the organisation so they will have to do the work individuallyand because of that they will not be able to do the work which is been given to them in an properway and the period of the time which is been allotted to them and because that they will face theproblems and then they will have conflicts in between them. So the NHS should follow the
unitary approach in their organisation as it can make the changes in the organisation and theemployees can be able to do their work in the proper time and they do their given projecttogether and they all will get the chance to make plans and in this each an every employeesopinion will be asked so that they can get many different ideas and the one idea which is goodand agreed by every one will implement in the project. Unitary approach can solve the conflictsamong the em0ployees as they will start doing the works together so that they will get time toknow each other.1.2 Impact of the changes of the trade unionism on the employee relation.In an organisation employees plays an important role as they are the main assets of theorganisation because without the employees no work can be done so it is important to haveemployees and to have an good employees so that the can perform their task in an proper way.And for that it is necessary to take care of their values and their wish and the employees shouldbe provided an good working environment so that they can be able to do their work in propermanner and in given period of time(Bachand Bordogna., 2011). Trade unionism is team which inthe employees are been joined and there are an rules and the regulation in which they agree to dowork in any organisation so by changing in an policies of the trade union organisation is gettingeffected has they have to take proper care of the policies which is been changing so that theemployees can do their work in an proper way has they are getting the things they want. If theemployees find that they are not getting the things which they required then they cant be able tocomplete their work as it make many changes in their behaviour. The demand of the trade unionis been changed in an past few years, development of the knowledge of the trade workers hadhelped them in focusing in the different things in the organisation as they can do many changesin relation of an employees(Kaufman, 2010). The organisation had been provided them theproper training and the knowledge of the things so that they can know the things. That had giventhe facilities to the employees by providing them the security in their income and the they areproviding them the proper environment on the working area, and by providing the properknowledge to increase their skills so that they can have the ideas to do their work. The tradeunion are now focusing on the other works like the human rights programme and many more.NHS should follow the process of the trade union so that they can make many changes for theemployees so that they get many things which they want while doing the work. They shouldprovide the better environment so that they can do their work in proper way and they should get
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