'Exploring Employee Relations' provides students without previous knowledge of the subject with a good grounding in the theory and practice of employee relations. The practical business element is combined with academic underpinning in a student friendly style, emphasising the real-life nature of the subject matter and using learning features such as:
* Examples and Case Studies
* Review and Discussion Questions
* Chapter Summaries
Straightforward and accessible, Exploring Employee Relations is aimed at students who are taking the subject for the first time. The structure is clear and logical, leading the newcomer through the topics in a way to maximise comprehension. Key issues are highlighted and supported by a small case or example from business. Chapters are structured to enable progressive learning with a logical development of the content. Each chapter ends with a summary of the key points met in the text and these are further reinforced by review and discussion questions, with answers and feedback on the activities included at the end of the book. The chapters are grouped thematically into parts and longer case studies are included that are suitable for assignment and seminar work. The text is accompanied by a lecturer's handbook.