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Employment Relationships

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ISBN13: 9781869403133
ISBN: 1869403134
Published: July 2004
Publisher: Auckland University Press
Format: Paperback
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This is a book about the Employment Relations Act (2000) covering its first two to three years. Fourteen chapters by a variety of experienced and respected authors -- employers, unionists, academics -- will evaluate the Act and discuss its effects and its ongoing implications. It will cover the initial controversy surrounding the Act, bargaining processes and outcomes, changes to employment law, employer reactions and strategies, union and employee reactions and strategies. It will present new information and analyses and will be an excellent resource for teaching and for researchers and practitioners. It will include a chapter by the minister, Margaret Wilson, explaining the rationale behind the Act and contributions from well-known experts in the field such as Professor Pat Walsh, Simon Carlaw, Ross Wilson and Professor Nigel Haworth.

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Contents:
Chapter 1. Introduction (Erling Rasmussen)
Chapter 2. The Employment Relations Act 200 (Hon Margaret Wilson, Minster of Labour); Bargaining Processes and Outcomes
Chapter 3. Overview of Bargaining Trends (Erling Rasmussen & Colin Ross)
Chapter 4. Collective Bargaining (Pat Walsh); Employment Law and Employment Institutions
Chapter 5. Employment Law: trends and Issues (Andrew Caisley)
Chapter 6. Good Faith Bargaining (John Hughes)
Chapter 7. Employment Institutions (Ian McAndrew & Alan Geare); Reactions, Strategies and Opinions of Employers
Chapter 8. Employer Reactions and attitudes (Dept of Labour & Erling Rasmussen)
Chapter 9. SMEs and the Employment Relations Act (Felicity Lamm & Rupert Tipples)
Chapter 10. The Employment Relations Act according to Business NZ* (Simon Carlaw); Reactions, Strategies and Opinions of Employees and Unions
Chapter 11. Employee Attitudes and Awareness (Dept of Labour & Erling Rasmussen)
Chapter 12. Unions: Changes & Strategies (Robin May)
Chapter 13. The Employment Relations Act According to the Council of trade Unions (Ross Wilson); Conclusion Chapter 14. Unfinished Business (Nigel Haworth); * Note: Business NZ is the New Zealand Employers' Association