Essays on Employment Relations in the United States Literature review

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The paper "Employment Relations in the United States" is an outstanding example of a management literature review. Alexander, Lewer and Gahan (2007) discuss that after the time when the Second World War ended; the American states faced a changing regulation and a new system that was related to the regulation of the employment relations and the work regulations. This is the system that was at that time very fairly organized and found to be very rational. This was the new system that was efficiently designed and organized by the major authorities in the United States.

The system included the authorization, organizational rules and regulations and this was because of the great depression and the Second World War disasters. These rules and regulations were laid down after the immediate period after the Second World War. In this system, the minimum standards were defined by the government and the authorities that helped define the standards of the labor force of the industries in the United States. However, the system had left the conditions and the terms of the employment to be set by the procedures that were set by the authorities themselves. The employment relationships Rose (2004) says that it can be seen that the employment relationship is the main factor in the work environment.

However, it can be seen that the ideology is very dynamic and is among the most discussed ideas in the work environment. The relationship is seen to be having a multifarious and diverse nature. In addition to this, it is seen that the relationship has many levels and standards. The level can be economic, financial, social, political and even psychological.   Figure 1: the employment relationships The content of the employee relations There are three parts of employee relations.

The contents include industrial relations, employee relations and in addition to this the employment relations. The part of the industrial relations is primarily the one department and the constituent of the employee relations that controls the institutions controlling the job rules and the regulations. In addition to this, it also deals with the making and any amendment that might be needed in the rules and the regulations related to jobs and employment.

References

Alexander, R., Lewer, J., and Gahan, P. (2007) Understanding Australian Industrial Relations. 7th Edition. Thomson, Australia.

Bamber, G., Lansbury, R., Wailes, N. (2004). International and Comparative Employment Relations: Globalisation and the Developed Market Economies. 4th Edition. Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Bamber, G., Park, F., Lee, C., and Broadbent, K. (2000) Employment Relations in the Asia-Pacific: Changing Approaches. Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Hogler, R. (2003) Employment relations in the United States: law, policy, and practice. Sage Publications.

Jacoby, S. (2007) The Embedded Corporation: Corporate Governance and Employment Relations in Japan and the United States. Princeton University Press.

Lansbury, R., Bamber, G., and Wailes, N. (2004) International and Comparative Employment Relations: Globalisation and the developed market economies. Allen & Unwin.

Nankervis, A., Chatterjee, S., and Coffey, J. (2006) Perspectives of Human Resource Management in the Asia Pacific. Pearson Education Australia.

Rose, E. (2004) Employment relations. Financial Times Prentice Hall.

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