Employment relations within the health sector have undergone
radical reform over recent years. This book is an important new
study that examines the responses of managers and workers to these
different reforms, at both national and local level. Bringing
together analyses of both employment relations and public sector
management, the book focuses on understanding why certain
initiatives have been adopted, how managers have responded to them
and the consequences of the HR modernisation agenda. Topics covered
include: HR strategy and structure at the workplace employee
involvement and union influence pay modernisation management of
work. Featuring detailed case study research in three NHS trusts,
the book illustrates precisely how government policies are
implemented in the workplace and in doing so offers a unique
insight into the sector's changing work environment. A
comprehensive study of atopical area, this book will be of interest
to students and academics in health service management, human
resource management and employment relations.
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