We will conclude this course by looking at the contributions HRM might make to creating value for private-sector organizations and how employee relations and/or union relations fits into that process.
Begin by reviewing the following:
Exploring ways to improve labor-management relations and collective bargaining. (Summer 2007). IR Concepts. Retrieved from http://www.ircounselors.org/downloads/irconcepts-07-summer.pdf
Value-adding and survival tactics for HR professionals. (2009). HR Focus, 86(1), S1-S2. Retrieved from ProQuest.
Pamela, C. K., & Low, J. (2001). The value creation index: Quantifying intangible value. Strategy & Leadership, 29(5), 9-15. Retrieved from ProQuest.
Sanborn, M. (2001). Crash course in value creation. Executive Excellence, 18(11), 14. Retrieved from ProQuest.
Schiuma, G., & Jarrar, Y. (2004). Benchmarking knowledge for value creation. Benchmarking, 11(6), 555-558. Retrieved from ProQuest.
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-“Value creation” as it applies to workplace relations in the private sector.
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