This all the question you must answer 688 words and I give you all the information you to answer and please you must using essay format.
And this name of the book (Wailes, N, Bamber, GJ & Lansbury, RD 2011, ‘International and comparative employment relations: An introduction, in GJ Bamber, RD Lansbury & N Wailes (eds), International and comparative employment relations: Globalisation and change, 5th edn, Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest )
Study Question 1
Evaluate the changes that have occurred to the system of employment relations in Britain since 1979.
In your answer to this question be certain to inform the examiner of the role played by governments in the British employment relations system both before and after 1979. Of course your answer should focus on the legislative changes that have been made by successive British governments, as well as the general changes that have occurred within this system of employment relations since 1979. Be certain to express a view regarding the future of the British system. Finally, inform the examiner of your view of the effectiveness and desirability of these changes. The question requires you to pay attention to the industrial relations policies of the Thatcher government and consider the extent to which the Blair government changed the direction that was set by the Thatcher government.
Study Question 2
Identify and discuss the changes that have occurred to the Australian system of employment relations since 1993. Do these changes represent a fundamental break from the past?
This question requires you to discuss the role that has been played by unions and the state historically in the regulation of the Australian labour market. In this respect, be certain to explain the role and significance of the compulsory arbitration system in the Australian employment relations system. Furthermore, students should also explain the changes to this system that have been implemented by the Keating government�s Industrial Relations Reform Act 1993; the Howard government�s Workplace Relations and Other Legislation Amendment Act 1996 and the Workplace Relations Amendment (Work Choices) Act 2005; and the Rudd government�s Workplace Relations Amendment (Transition to Forward With Fairness) Act 2008 and Fair Work Act 2009. Do these changes represent a fundamental break from the compulsory arbitration system?
Study Question 3
Assess the changes that have occurred to the system of employment relations in the United States since 1935. Has this employment relations system been transformed since 1980?
In your answer to this question be certain to base your assessment upon a discussion of the changes that have occurred within the system of employment relations in the United States (US) since 1935, when unions and collective bargaining became central to the system. Just as the election of Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister of Britain in 1979 may have been a key �turning point� in the direction of the British system, the election of Ronald Reagan as President of the United States may also have been a �turning point� with respect to the direction of industrial relations policies in the USA. Of course, the legislative changes that were introduced and implemented by the Thatcher and Reagan governments may well be best assessed as a response to changing cultural and economic circumstances in their respective countries. What do you think? In any event, students should determine whether or not the US employment relations system has been transformed.
Study Question 4
Compare and contrast the system of employment relations in the United States with the system of employment relations in Canada.
This question requires you to inform the examiner of the similarities and the differences that exist between the US and Canadian systems. The most important points of comparison will be the role played by governments, employers, unions and collective bargaining in these two systems. Of particular interest is the extent to which governments and employers have supported unions and collective bargaining in these systems of employment relations. The best papers will discuss the lessons that emerge from this discussion of the US and Canadian systems of employment relations.
Study Question 5
Compare and contrast the role of the �social partners� in the Italian, German and Danish systems of employment relations.
This question requires the student to provide a brief overview of the role of the state, unions and employers as �social partners� in the Italian, German and Danish systems. Be certain to inform the examiner of the similarities and the differences that exist between the role of the social partners in the Italian, German and Danish systems. How effective have they been in each system? The best papers will discuss the lessons that emerge from this discussion with respect to effectiveness of systems of employment relations that have a significant role for the state, unions and employers as �social partners�.
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