Completely updated and revised in light of Ireland's changing economic conditions.
Includes new Employment Legislation and Trade Union Law Amendments.
Up-to-date treatment of partnership developments.
Details of institutional arrangements related to the Labour Relations Commission, the Rights Commissioners, the Labour Court, Employment Appeals Tribunal, and Office of Director of Equality Investigations - Equality Tribunal.
Draws extensively on new Irish data and cases, and uses examples from Irish organisations throughout.
New significant areas covered are: - Extensive use of synoptic case studies - Conflict and strikes - Negotiations - Collective and Individual Labour Law - Industry and Employment Law - Partnership - Industrial democracy - Direct and indirect employee participation
Written for students taking Industrial Relations and HRM at third level and those taking courses leading to a membership of the Institute of Personnel and Development.
Web support is provided for students with links to relevant government sites as well as lists of sites students may need to access, e.g. appeals court. Multiple-choice self-test questions are also provided.
Web support is provided to lecturers in the form of PowerPoint slides, additional case studies with guidelines, and exam questions relating to each chapter.