Introducing Labour Relations Management in South Africa
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By the time this publication went to print it seemed that the world's financial and economic systems might be on the brink of 'going broke'. At the same time, the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement was going global. Thousand of mostly (yet not exclusively) young people were taking to the streets in the financial centres of countries across the globe, protesting and showing their disillusionment with the state of affairs in the world
Table of contents
Chapter 1: - Labour-relations management: laying foundations
Chapter 2: - Work and labour relations in South African society: perspectives on developments over time
Chapter 3: - The business challenge in a competitive and changing world: an introduction
Chapter 4: - The workers: challenges, and the role and nature of organised labour
Chapter 5: - The state and the framework governing South African labour relations
Chapter 6: - Developing the organisational framework and system for managing labour relations
Chapter 7: - Towards developing sound workplace relations
Chapter 8: - Managing the mainly divergent interests in labour relations
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