What you'll get

  • Govt. Verified Certification
  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • Lifetime Access To E-learning
  • On-demand video
  • Flexible Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

Course Content

Total: 64 lectures
  • Introduction
  • The Centrality of Work to Society and Business
  • An Industrial Relations Perspective
  • Studying Employment in Transition
  • Changing Work, Employment and Regulation
  • The Resilience of Industrial Relations Approaches
  • The Structure of the Book
  • Coordination, Governance and Industrial Relations
  • Types of Policy and Practice and Varieties of Capitalism
  • Flexibility and Security in British Employment
  • How Distinctive is the British Model?
  • Varieties of Capitalism, Varieties of Industrial Relations
  • The EU and its Role in Employment Regulation
  • The EU Institutions
  • Britain in Europe
  • Key Areas of EU Influence on British Industrial Relations
  • HRM: A Case of More of the Same?
  • Permanent Restructuring?
  • The Resource - based View versus the Firm as a Nexus of Contracts
  • Future Prospects
  • The State in Theory and Practice
  • Globalization, Politics and the Nation State
  • New Labour and Varieties of Capitalism
  • The State, Governance and Labour Relations
  • Workers’ Interests
  • Union Power
  • Union Decline
  • New Labour and the Changing Environment
  • Union Renewal Efforts
  • The State as Employer
  • Public Sector Employment
  • Reforms of Pay Determination
  • Pay Modernization and Workforce Reform
  • The Challenge of Modernization
  • Defining the Private Sector
  • The Importance of Sector Context
  • Distinguishing Private Sectors
  • Industrial Relations in the Privatized Sectors
  • Industrial Relations in the Manufacturing Sectors
  • Industrial Relations in the Service Sectors
  • Multinational Britain
  • The Contingencies Shaping MNCs ’ Practice
  • Labour’s Response
  • Transnational Structures and Regulation
  • Contextualizing Small Firm Industrial Relations
  • Empirical progress
  • Developing a Framework
  • The Rise and Retreat of Collective Bargaining
  • The Causes of Collapse
  • The Pressure of Competition
  • The Changing Character of Collective Bargaining
  • Conclusions
  • Workplace Representation
  • The Growth of a Statutory System of Employee Representation
  • Partnership and Mutual Gains
  • Where to from Here?
  • Voluntarism and the Growth of Legal Intervention
  • Individual Rights
  • Collective Rights
  • The Demise of Voluntarism
  • The Growth and Impact of Legal Regulation
  • Varieties of Legal Institutions
  • Legal Institutions in Liberal Market Britain
  • Conclusions

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