Report On Asda & Its Employee's Relationship

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Employee Relation
INTRODUCTIONEvery organisation should adopt all this things that will assists for maintaining aharmonious relationship among the worker. In this management of the company use pluralisticand unitary frame at the time of conflict situation. In this management also develop trade unionwho handle their conflict situation as well. In addition to that organisation can use collectivebargaining as a tool that will assists for the solution (Kersley and et.al., 2013). To maintainemployee relation in the workplace management must focus on the root case that will leads to thesystematic solution as well.In the present report will discuss about the Asda and its employee's relationship amongthe organisation. In addition to that management of the company use frame of references thatwill leads to the systematic solution in a workplace as well. In this management also concernwith the trade union and its effects on the organisation. In this report a procedures is also adoptedby the management for a systematic resolution process in the organisation. Moreover alleffective work can be dome by the management for a systematic resolution.TASK 11.1Employees are the part and parcel of the organization and every firm wants them to workwith efficiency. In order to make their efforts productive, the firm needs to use diverse frames tomanage their activities as well as remove conflicting situations from the workplace (Lăzăroiu,2015). The two most common frame of references used in most of the organizations havediscussed underneath:Unitary Perspective: Under the current head, the organization has its own set of goalsand objectives which shall be the priority of each employees as well as the employers.Their entire activities and work revolves around the main mission and vision of the firm.Likewise, Unitary frame of reference when applied to the ASDA, then the managersseems the trade unionist as quite problematic, prohibitive and superfluous malicious.They feel that unions are likely to exist in the organization when the company has lost itspath or goals for which it was initially formed. The reason behind the occurrence ofgrievances and troubles in the organization is considered to be lack of interaction anddifferent formation of sub-groups that have their own way of functioning (Skudiene and1
Auruskeviciene, 2012).As per the relation of employee and employer will be intense asthere are conditions in which confusions will arise. Further, it is important that employerguide their employees as it may create issues. In order to make effective and strongrelation, it is important that both have proper interaction as this will help them to knoweach other and this will raise coordination which will enable to achieve the goals andobjectives of firm effectively and efficiently. Pluralistic Perspective: In contrasting to the above frame of reference, the organizationhas diverse groups as well as sub groups which have their own set of aims and objectives.This is an entirely different approach wherein the employees and other individuals areconsidered to be superior over the goals and targets of the company. Herein, mainly twogroups exist in context with the ASDA (Kukanja, 2013). These are classified asmanagement and trade unions. Conflicts are not considered as problematic in the the saidenterprise whereas regarded as a means to know each other and resolve the problemsthrough collective bargaining process. Hereunder, management is not classified as apowerful body in terms of enforcing polices and regulation rather deemed as force whichaims to motivate employees by the means of negotiation and collective bargainingprocess so as to resolve the problems. The Trade unions are the representative of theemployees and they keep the point of the view of workers before the management whichleads to creating an healthy environment in the ASDA premises (Rubin and Brown,2013).1.2There are different set of roles that are undertaken by Trade Union. In this context, belowgiven are few of them:Basically formed to protect the rights of the workers.Set the terms and conditionsand make negotiation agreement with workers over benefits,overtime and pay.Discussion over major changes that took place in firm due to which workers got affected.Discussion over the issues faced by employee with employer (Mowday, Porter andSteers, 2013).Providing legal and financial advice to workers. 2

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