[E–pub READ] The History of Industrial Relations in UK Local Government Author Whyeda Gill–McLure
Public sector organisations are large employers delivering labour intensive services that are under
Constant Public And Media public and media Reforming public services has been high on the political agenda across Europe and internationally for over three decades Despite this the impact of neo liberal
economic policies on public "SERVICE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS REMAINS UNDER RESEARCHED "employment relations remains under researched particular local policies on public service employment relations remains under researched In particular local employment relations has had little attention devoted to it by scholarsThe History of Industrial Relations in UK Local Government fills this significant gap It presents an original empiric. .
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Role Of The UK Local Government Employers' Organisation LGEO Sinceof the UK Local Government Employers' Organisation LGEO since conducted within a broader social science framework and embedded in an historical account of the sector since the 1880s The LGEO a key actor in the sector negotiating the pay and conditions of nearly 3m public servants has undergone profound changes over "three decades of reform that urgently reuire documentation and analysisThis important book makes a number of key contributions "decades of reform that urgently reuire documentation and analysisThis important book makes a number of key contributions it fills a significant gap in the field of "Employment Relations Research Secondly It Extends Employment Relat. "relations research Secondly it extends employment relat.
Whyeda Gill-McLure á 9 downloadIons research by linking it to a broader social science framework And thirdly it develops an interdisciplinary approach drawing on political economy public administration politics and employment
Relations The Book ArguesThe book argues an interdisciplinary approach is essential to understanding the politics of public service reformThe
book will be of interest to scholars and students of employment relations institutional analysis labour history publicwill be of interest to scholars and students of employment relations institutional analysis labour history public and political economy as well as being a useful resource for HR practitioners local authority councillors and other public policy maker. .