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CHAPTER TWO. EXTERNAL FACTORS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP. Objectives of this chapter. Explore how the external environment impacts on employment relations Outline the political impacts that can affect employee relations

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Chapter two

CHAPTER TWO

EXTERNAL FACTORS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP


Objectives of this chapter

Objectives of this chapter

  • Explore how the external environment impacts on employment relations

  • Outline the political impacts that can affect employee relations

  • Outline the economic impacts that can affect employee relations

  • Outline the social impacts that can affect employee relations

  • Outline the technological impacts that can affect employee relations

  • Outline the legal impacts that can affect employee relations

  • Outline the ethical/environmental impacts that can affect employee relations


The external environment

The external environment

  • Stability

  • Complexity

  • Dispersion


External environment and employee relations

External environment and employee relations

  • Buffer departments

  • Accountability

  • Boundary-spanning roles


Political factors

Political factors

  • Development of legislation

  • Winter of Discontent 1978/79

  • Conservative government 1979–97

  • Social Chapter

  • Labour government 1997–date


Political manifestos

Political manifestos

  • Diversity

  • Productivity

  • Skills


Economic factors

Economic factors

  • Employment

  • Inflation

  • Taxation and spending

  • Interest and exchange rates

  • Price stability

  • Economic growth

  • Balance of payments surplus


Fiscal policies

Fiscal policies

  • Tax and spending

  • 1970 – increase disposable income

  • Or increase spending

  • Or increase social benefits


Monetary policies

Monetary policies

  • Conservative government 1979–97

  • Excessive demand for goods and services led to price inflation

  • Manage demand by financial instruments rather than tax and spending

  • Use of interest rates


Social factors

Social factors

  • Unemployment

  • Immigration

  • Emigration

  • Family-related issues


Women in employment

Women in employment

  • Stereotyped jobs

  • Parents

  • Flexibility

  • Aptitude

  • Discrimination


Technological factors

Technological factors

  • Flexibility to learn how to use new technology

  • Remote working

  • Monitoring of performance

  • Change in methods of communication


Legal factors

Legal factors

  • Growth in employment legislation

  • Impacts on individualism

  • Alters the balance of power between the employer and employee


Ethical environmental factors

Ethical/environmental factors

  • Corporate social responsibility

  • Globalisation

  • Moving operations overseas


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