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Family Type relationship is better than others.
HR has a huge responsibility within the organization.
Employee relations refers to the interaction between employee and employee in regards to wages and working conditions.
Employee relations refer to the relationship shared among the employees in an organization. The employees must be comfortable with each other for a healthy environment at work. It is the prime duty of the superiors and team leaders to discourage conflicts in the team and encourage a healthy relationship among employees.
This is a big problem and its plays in every part of organization. When, in every part of organization are good or harmonious relationship develops, can achieve easily the organization’s aim. The HR manager actively should take, aware, and understanding that kind of responsibility. The state of employee relations can be measured by: 1. The level of absenteeism, 2. The level of employee morale, 3. The level of employee participation in the decision-making process, 4. The level of productivity, 5. The number and length of industrial disputes, 6. The level of staff turnover.
Employers and employees should be on good working terms for the benefit of the company
Relationship between employees and employers is very important to have done work well and they need understanding between them. Organizations want more profit and employees and employees want to achieve more wages. So, if employees should try to have more wages and if the profits increase, the organizations have duty to increase the wages.
ER is very importment of HR
Employee conflict in the workplace is a common occurrence, resulting from the differences in employees' personalities and values. Dealing with employee conflict in a timely manner is important to maintaining a healthy work environment. Believing that a conflict will simply disappear is an inaccurate assumption to make because simple conflicts can grow into major problems if not dealt with appropriately. Managers should understand the common causes of employee conflicts, so that a solution is found before the issues become unmanageable.
Employee relations refers to the working relationship that exists and develops between employees (both individually and collectively) and the management of an organisation.
It determines how these two parties interact with each other when determining terms and conditions of employment, during dispute negotiation and resolution, and throughout day-to-day operations.
Management is responsible for developing and implementing policies designed to ensure that this relationship is appropriate for achieving organisational objectives.
The objectives of employees and employers are diametrically opposed. Employers are attempting to obtain the highest profit margin possible whilst employees are trying to achieve the highest wage level possible.
A conflict of interest is bound to occur!
The role of the Human Resources Manager is to ensure that a harmonious relationship develops between the management and the employees of an organisation.
The HR Manager must ensure that the organisational objectives are achieved and that the employees are fully aware of these goals and objectives and the role that they play in achieving them.
The HR Manager is responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the employment cycle for each individual employee is administered effectively and efficiently.
The HR Manager must ensure that the state of employee relations is also measured regularly and any remedial action taken as soon as possible to prevent, in the first instance, or, to limit the length of any industrial disputes.
The evaluation of the current state of employee relations may be made by use of specific Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) or by the conduct of an employee relation's audit.
The state of employee relations can be measured by:
• The level of absenteeism
• The level of employee morale
• The level of employee participation in the
• The level of productivity
• The number and length of industrial disputes
• The level of staff turnover
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