Different Aspects of Employee Relations
... analysis: Introduction: Employee relations, is perceived to reflect the development of more diverse employment patterns -- those found in thenon-manufacturing service sector, which involve non-manual, office employees, females, part time, contractuals, etc.. When there is no union, employment relations prevail. The employment relationship between employer and employees has two parts: market relations, and managerial relations (Edwards 2003)
The unitary conception has universal application, and Mannheim refers to the Hegelian assumption that the world is a unity, albeit in the process of a continual historical
transformation, whereas Fox's unitarism specifically applies to managers in work organisat...