Managing people in an international context

Increasing globalisation, larger, more fluid supply chains and ever-growing routes to market have led to a more fractured business-employee relationship. What this means for both the individual and the organisation is the focus of this course.
Topics covered
  • Employee relations and the employment relationship.
  • The nature of work.
  • Globalisation, multinational corporations and employee relations.
  • The European Union.
  • The role of government.
  • Demography, labour force and market characteristics and trends.
  • Trade unions.
  • Managing employee relations.
  • Employee relations processes.
  • Employee relations procedures.

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