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Labour Relations in Practice: An Outcomes-Based Approach

Labour Relations in Practice: An Outcomes-Based Approach (Paperback)

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This book deals with the core labour/employment relations matters regularly encountered by IR/HR officers, managers, union representatives, Bargaining Council functionaries and those engaged in advisory services. Key features: Each chapter contains relevant articles, examples and cases, with tasks to test your knowledge of the content; The note feature clarifies important concepts and directs you to related material in other chapters; Simple, accessible language aims to making learning interesting and exciting; Relevant Unit Standards. These include those relevant for the qualifications at levels 4 and 5 for the National Diploma Labour Relations Practice: Dispute Resolution (NDLRPD), the National Certificate Labour Relations Practice (NCLRP), the National Certificate Conflict Management and Transformation (NCCMT), National Diploma in Human Resource Management (NDHRM) and the National Certificate Labour Recruitment Consultancy (NCLRC); The material addresses the IR competencies specified by the Board for Personnel Practice as prerequisites for the achievement of Associate status.

BusinessEconomicsLabour economics Publisher: Juta & Company Ltd Publication Date: 01/11/2009 ISBN-13: 9780702177675  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Professor Sonia Bendix spent 22 years, first as Senior Lecturer and then as Head of Department: Human Resource Management, at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. She has trained and consulted widely in industry and the public service and has intimate knowledge of IR/HR practices.

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