Employment Relations and Employee Engagement (B866)
This module explores the choices organisations make about employment relations strategies and the associated impacts on employee engagement. It provides an understanding of different employment relations perspectives, theories and debates as well as the national and international contexts of employment relations. Throughout the module the roles of employee participation and voice as crucial processes underlying employee engagement are critically examined. Other areas covered include managing diversity, communication, change management, and the management of conflict associated with grievance, discipline and dismissal.
This is an optional module within our MSc in human resource management and therefore students must hold a BA/BSc degree awarded by a recognised university, or equivalent. Due to the defined study pattern for this qualification it is highly recommended that students study: �The human resource professional (B863)� and �human resource management in context (B864)� before taking this module.
Assessment is based on tutor marked assignments and an end of module assessment.
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