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Explain employee and labor relations

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Explain employee relations and labor relations.  Conduct a comparison and contrast of the two areas.  Provide two examples for each area.  Is one area more important than another?  Why or why not?

Mar 19th, 2015

employee relations

labor relations

Labor relations is the study and practice of managing unionized employment situations. 
The Employee Relations unit provides consultation and advice to managers, supervisors and employees regarding Human Resources issues, including performance management, corrective actions, interpretation of policies and procedures and collective bargaining agreements, training of staff policy and procedures, FMLA, etc.
Labor Relations handles grievances, arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges and complaints to state agencies. We also conduct employment investigations, provide required notices to the unions, publish bulletins on timely topics, draft settlement agreements, collective bargaining, access, strike coordination, and interpretation and implementation of complex labor contract language.
Both are important.



Mar 19th, 2015

Any chance you can list each item separately to help break it down?


Employee Relations

Labor Relations

Compare and contrast these

Provide two example of each

Mar 19th, 2015

employee relations

Communications between management and employees concerning workplace decisionsgrievancesconflictsproblem resolutionsunions, and issues of collective bargaining.

labor relations

Labor relations is the study and practice of managing unionized employment situations. 

Compare and contrast these

The Employee Relations unit provides consultation and advice to managers, supervisors and employees regarding Human Resources issues, including performance management, corrective actions, interpretation of policies and procedures and collective bargaining agreements, training of staff policy and procedures, FMLA, etc.

Labor Relations handles grievances, arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges and complaints to state agencies. We also conduct employment investigations, provide required notices to the unions, publish bulletins on timely topics, draft settlement agreements, collective bargaining, access, strike coordination, and interpretation and implementation of complex labor contract language.

Both are important.


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