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Changes in working patterns and technology have revolutionized the way we work. More people than ever work in white-collar jobs and are unlikely to organize collectively. Other issues such as ""portfolio"" careers, the long-hours culture, the global economy, an ageing workforce, and changes in employment legislation have completely transformed the working landscape.;This fourth edition of the ""Handbook of Employment Relations, Law and Practice"" (originally published as the ""Handbook of Industrial Relations Practice"") has been revised to reflect these changes. A host of experts considers all aspects of employment relations. Topics include: the influence of the EU; employment relations and the information society; unfair dismissal; health and safety; alternative dispute resolution; trade unions; pay and performance; sickness and absence; training and development; and managing change.