Employment Relations and Law

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Employment Relations andLaw
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................3ASSIGNMENT 1.............................................................................................................................3(Covered in PPT).........................................................................................................................3ASSESSMENT 2.............................................................................................................................3Conflicts that might occur in employment relationship..............................................................3Role of trade union in managing conflicts..................................................................................4Outline of various conflicts that might complicates employment relationship...........................4Critical evaluation of different conflicts in employment relationship using theories.................5Role of trade union and changing trends with the perspective of unitary, pluralist and radical.5Organisational approaches to manage the employment relationship and trade unions in BP.....6Different approaches to trade unions in Chevron corporation....................................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONThe Human resource management help, support and train the managers of theorganisation in order to build effective working relation with the union(Bratton & Gold, 2017).Employment relations are concerned with managing and maintaining the employmentrelationship, which involves handling the pay-work bargain, dealing with employment practices,issues arsing from employment, providing employees with a voice and also communicating withthem(Armstrong, 2009). Industrial relation is basically the legal link between the employees andits employers and labours are having various legal rights that can safe them from anymisconducts that arise in the firm.Present study is based on three companies that are followingtrade union:- The British Petroleum Company plc that is a British Multinational oil and gascompany founded in the year 1909 by William Knox D'Arcy.BP is a public company and is thelargest oil and gas producer in Trinidad and Tobago and it is one of the largest LNG plants inWestern Hemisphere.Another is Chevron Corporation that is an American multinational energycorporation founded in the year 1879 and is having 51,900 working employees and at last aboutthe company Black and Decker that is not following any trade union and is a manufacturingcompany founded in the year 1910 by Baltimore.Report will include Conflicts that might occurin employment relationship and role of trade union in managing conflicts. It will further outlinevarious conflicts that might complicates employment relationship. Report will also evaluatedifferent conflicts in employment relationship using theories and role of trade union andchanging trends with the perspective of unitary, pluralist and radical.In Pluralistic approachthere is number of sources of power with respect to relationship between workers and leaders, onthe other side in unitary approachto develop the organisation all stakeholders along with theworkers have agreement with direction of project and according to radical approach inequality isseen between the employees and management that's why employees are in need to gain power asthey don't want to be exploited under a mismanagement of the employers. InBP Radicalapproach is been used in order tohelp the workers in getting proper wages.Further report willinclude organisational approaches to manage the employment relationship and trade unions inBPand also different approaches to trade unions inChevron corporation and Black andDecker.
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