Employment relations the role of health and safety committees and worker representation in rasmussen e ed employment relationships workers unions and employers in new zealand auckland university press auckland pp 168 184 this chapter provides an overview of the historical and theoretical issues. Professor erling rasmussen delivers a welcome introduction to current issues and trends in new zealand employment relations an excellent teaching resource nz business by bringing together the views of employers unions and academics the wholly new edition of employment relationships provides an unrivalled introduction to current trends and issues in new zealand employment relations. A union is an organisation that supports employees in the workplace by acting as an advocate for them collectively and with the consent of the employee individually unions bargain for collective employment agreements with employers and help employees with information and advice about work related issues. Get this from a library employment relationships workers unions and employers in new zealand e rasmussen this revised evaluation of the new zealand employment relations act 2000 assesses the developing trends and major changes in the employment relations situation in new zealand since the act was . 3 basic introduction to employment law in new zealand as stated above individual based relationships are now the centre of the employment law regime new zealand has moved from an industrial or labour law base focused heavily on unions to individual rights and bargaining however the legislation is still
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