International Comparative Employee Relations: The Role of Culture and Language [Kõva köide]

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  • Formaat: Hardback, 224 pages, kõrgus x laius: 138x216 mm
  • Ilmumisaeg: 29-Nov-2019
  • Kirjastus: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 1788973216
  • ISBN-13: 9781788973212
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 224 pages, kõrgus x laius: 138x216 mm
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  • Kirjastus: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 1788973216
  • ISBN-13: 9781788973212
Employee relations in national contexts are significantly influenced not only by material forces but also by cultural and linguistic factors that are often highly nationally specific. In this innovative book, culture and language are analysed in terms of how they affect employee relations internationally, demonstrating the importance of recognising and understanding these elements in the face of increasing globalisation. International Comparative Employee Relations first examines the subject from a broader international perspective, discussing the impact of cultural context on common areas such as labour law and collective bargaining, and exploring the issues of translating these concepts, as well as surveying current scholarship in the field. In later chapters, case studies from China, Italy, Germany, the USA and Nigeria provide specific examples of the cultural and linguistic complexity and diversity of employee relations both within and between nations. Scholars and students of international business management, particularly those with an interest in comparative employment relations or comparative human resource management, will find this book insightful. It will also prove useful for practitioners working in areas such as cross-cultural management and translation.

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'This excellent volume provides fascinating insights into the context-bound meaning of comparative employee relations. It shows that when terminology associated with employee relations travels across societal, cultural and language boundaries, the meaning is transformed. The contributions shed light on the metaphorical and interlingual translation of employee relations in different national contexts. The book also provides a solid conceptual foundation for comparative research in this important field. I was very impressed by the unique perspective adopted in this book.' -- Rebecca Piekkari, Aalto University School of Business, Finland 'The complex interplay between beliefs, concepts, rhetoric and the social realities of work is a seriously under-researched area of industrial relations. Karl Koch and Pietro Manzella have performed a great service in compiling this wide-ranging survey of the issues involved [ ...] This book will help us all reduce the risks of becoming lost in translation.' -- from the Foreword by Richard Hyman, London School of Economics, UK

Contents: Foreword by Richard Hyman xiii Acknowledgements xviii Introduction: The Language and Culture Perspective in Employee Relations 1 Karl Koch and Pietro Manzella PART I COMPARATIVE EMPLOYEE RELATIONS IN CONTEXT 1 Employee Relations in Context: Globalization, Uncertainties, and Dynamics of Change 14 Aurora Trif and Valentina Paolucci 2 Comparative Employee Relations: An Overview of Contemporary Developments and Scholarship 39 Chris Brewster 3 A New Approach: The Incorporation of Culture, Language and Translation Elements in Comparative Employee Relations 58 Pietro Manzella and Karl Koch PART II EMPLOYEE RELATIONS IN THE NATIONAL CONTEXT 4 Employee Relations and Harmony in China 79 Jing Xi 5 Culture, Language and Translation in Comparative Employee Relations: The Case of the Italian Caporalato 106 Pietro Manzella 6 Plant-Level Employee Representation in Germany: Is the German Works Council a Management Stooge or the Representative Voice of the Workforce? 119 Michael Whittall and Rainer Trinczek 7 Individualism, Democracy and Conflict in the USA 139 Peter Norlander 8 Fragmented Democracy and Employee Participation in Nigeria 160 John Opute 9 Exploring 'Bundles' of Employment Practices: Culture, Language and Translation Perspectives 184 Susanne Tietze Index 195
Edited by Karl Koch, Emeritus Professor of Modern Languages, Business School, London South Bank University, UK and Visiting Professor, China Three Gorges University, Yichang, China and Pietro Manzella, Senior Research Fellow, Association for International and Comparative Studies in the field of Labour Law and Industrial Relations (ADAPT, www.adapt.it), Italy

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