2 edition of Industrial relations in small and medium-sized enterprises found in the catalog.
Industrial relations in small and medium-sized enterprises
1989 by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Unipub [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, MD .
Written in English
|Statement||[edited by] Peter Auer, Helga Fehr-Duda.|
|Contributions||Auer, Peter, 1946 Nov. 1-, Fehr-Duda, Helga., Commission of the European Communities.|
|LC Classifications||HD8380.5 .I48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||90150816|
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The book provides a comprehensive overview of international growth of small and medium-sized enterprises from diverse points of view. It verifies that SMEs in all parts of the globe share similar characteristics, but also differ significantly.4/5(1).
Industrial relations in small and medium-sized enterprises. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, MD: Unipub [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
multinational enterprises; networked organisations; differences between Asian and western companies; small and medium-sized enterprises; migrant workers; technological change; new edition of a highly praised book is commended for its timely analysis of the impact of globalisation on national industrial relations.5/5(2).
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This masterful volume comprises leading scholars, policy makers and business leaders who have new insights and strategies for SMEs creating opportuniReviews: 1. Small and Medium Enterprises: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a comprehensive collection of research on current technological developments and organizational perspectives on the scale of small and medium enterprises.
This is a reference source suitable for professionals, practitioners, and academics interested in the. Small and medium-sized enterprises and decent and productive employment creation vi ILC/IV What are key constraints faced by SMEs and their workers. The constraints to SME growth – as perceived by business owners – is a relatively well-researched area.
The three biggest constraints across countries are access to finance,File Size: 1MB. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for over 95% of firms and 60%% of employment and generate a large share of new jobs in OECD economies.
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Then weelaborate employee relations in small firms. The termemployee relations is more suitable for small firmscompared to industrial relations. Most of the HRM literature is based on large firms despite the growing significance now accorded to smaller firms.
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Eurofound’s long-established observatories on industrial relations (EIRO) and working conditions (EWCO) have since been combined to form EurWORK: the European Observatory of Working Life.
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We hope that with this book we can give small and medium sized enterprises new ideas and suggestions for their daily work. Then we have reached one of our main goals: To transfer academic and spread industrial knowledge to the companies’ everyday life and by this strengthen the European economy.
Stuttgart, June Anne SpitzleyFile Size: 2MB. Keywords Human resource management, Industrial relations, Small firms, Small to medium-sized enterprises Abstract Most of the HRM literature is based on large firms despite the growing significance.
The SAGE Handbook of Industrial Relations provides a systematic, comprehensive survey of the field. and employment practices in small and medium-sized enterprises. His most recent book is Globalization and Labor Conditions (Oxford University Press, ). John. Industrial Relations Management.
Objective of this note is to provide exposure of theories, techniques and approaches to manage Industrial Relations and to understand the importance of labour administration and Constitutional Provisions.
The Impact of Employees' and Managers' Training on the Performance of Small‐ and Medium‐Sized Enterprises: Evidence from a Randomized Natural Experiment in the UK Service Sector. Andreas Georgiadis; Christos N. Pitelis; Pages: ; First Published: 04 August Reports findings from an empirical investigation into the nature of the employment relationship in small to medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs) and how this is affected by the Employment Relations Act ().
A two‐stage methodology was used, with a postal questionnaire of 69 companies and telephone interviews with a further 33 SMEs. The informal, paternalistic approach to employee relations Cited by: Small business revivalism: employment relations in small and medium-sized enterprises Abstract This e-special issue focuses on employment relations in the context of ‘small business revivalism’ and an ‘enterprise culture’ that has sought to establish a so-called ‘entrepreneurial economy’ (Parker, ).
Effective Human Resource Management in Small and Medium Size Enterprises in the Republic of Macedonia Selajdin Abduli, PhD Faculty of Business and Economics, South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia E-mail: @ Abstract Today, Human Resource Management (HRM) functions, practices and procedures are.
On 6 Maythe Commission adopted a new Recommendation //EC (Kb PDF) regarding the definition of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) which replaced Recommendation 96//EC as of 1 January The revision takes account of the economic developments since and the lessons drawn from the application of the SME definition since Management Information Systems.
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This introduction provides a general overview of the field of employment relations in small and medium-sized enterprises and the 11 articles included in the e-special issue.
Keywords employment relations, family business, policy, small and medium-sized enterprisesCited by: 4.
In most countries, statistics show that 99% of businesses are classified as 'small businesses'. In the UK alone, % of businesses employ less than staff and these companies contribute more than a half of the UK's turnover. This new textbook goes where other strategic management texts have not and focuses on these small and medium size enterprises (SMEs), rather than focussing on large 3/5(2).
Information on industrial relations for employees and employers in Cyprus. The Role of Social Partners. Small and Medium - Sized Enterprises, etc. The OEB is a member of the International Organisation of Employers, the BUSINESS EUROPE and others. Trade Unions. International and Comparative Employment Relations.
National regulation, global changes this continues to be the most authoritative and accessible overview of industrial relations practices around the world.
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Employee Relations in Small and Medium Enterprises A Non-union Approach Introduction. The term SME or small and medium business enterprise is often used to describe a business enterprise that has anywhere between 10 to 15 employees for a small business whereas anything under would be a medium enterprise.
Small enterprises: 10 to 49 employees. Medium-sized enterprises: 50 to employees. Large enterprises: employees or more. North America Canada. Industry Canada defines a small business as one with fewer than paid employees and a medium-sized business as one with at least and fewer than employees.
As of Decemberthere were 1, employer. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are important to growth, economic devel- opment, and job creation in many nations, and especially in small countries like Denmark.
According to Statistics Denmark, there are roughlyactive companies in Denmark. CHA was primarily formed to meet the needs for small to medium sized enterprises for Human Resources and Industrial Relations requirements. Due to the ever growing demands of clients, the consulting services were broadened to include Book Keeping Services, Labour Broking, Payroll Solution and Debt Counseling.
industrial strategy. This will be bolstered by a dedicated SME strategy to help SMEs operate, scale-up and expand. ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT As early asParliament declared a ‘Year of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Craft Industry’ and launched a series of initiatives to encourage their Size: KB.
The small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play an important role for economic growth in Vietnam. Access to finance is necessary in order to initiate, operate, develop and facilitate growth.
The share of employees in small and medium-sized enterprises amounted to % in relation to the employees of the Czech economy.
According to  the small and medium-sized businesses will create and offer new and quality jobs. According to  management of small and medium- sized enterprise has many specifics. In small companiesFile Size: 1MB. (USITC) that examines the domestic and global operations of U.S.
small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The Commission found that U.S. exporting SMEs outperform their nonexporting SME counterparts by several measures. Whether they deal in services or. Industrial relations or employment relations is the multidisciplinary academic field that studies the employment relationship; that is, the complex interrelations between employers and employees, labor/trade unions, employer organizations and the state.
The newer name, "employment relations" is increasingly taking precedence because "industrial relations" is often seen to have relatively.
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A report of ETUC activities to improve working conditions in Europe's small and medium-sized enterprises. Our Priorities - Developing Social Dialogue in SMEs - EN FR DE entation. Small and medium sized enterprises were created (with wan-ing Russion Federation integration) and industrial relations were decen-tralized.
Th ese countries had positive experiences with market-oriented industrial relations—with the con-tinued practice of employment law established in the interregnum be-tween the two world wars.
at length in this book, including, among others: counselling — skills assessment — training — internal job search — external job search — small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) creation — mobility assistance — early retirement — alternative work schedules (part-time, subcontracting, flexible leave) — severance packages.
Robert Wapshott is a senior lecturer in Entrepreneurship at The University of Sheffield, UK, where he is a member of the Centre for Regional Economic and Enterprise Development. Robert's research interests include employment relationships in small firms and, with Oliver Mallett, is author of Managing Human Resources in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Entrepreneurship and the Cited by: 3.
The book deals with the evolution and growth of developmental financial institutions and small and medium enterprises sector in India. It also covers development of SME sectors and the operational performance of Orissa State Financial Corporation (OSFC) during //Unitarism and industrial relations theory 9 Ideology: assumptions, attitudes, perspectives and values 10 Small and Medium Sized Enterprises 11 Justification for research on unitarism 13 Objective of thesis and principal research question 18 Research methods 19 Limitations 21 Outline of the thesis 22File Size: 2MB.