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Human Resources Training and Industrial Relations Training courses are designed to give delegates the skills and knowledge necessary to handle all proceedings and processes involved in employee relations, including trade union negotiations.

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industrial relations

Industrial relations can be described as a system comprising:
* inputs, derived from the goals, values and power of the actors within the system;
* procedures for converting inputs into outputs;
* outputs, comprising the financial, social and psychological rewards to employees;
* a feedback loop through which outputs flow back into the industrial relations subsystem and also into the environmental subsystems.

We’ve seen it again and again. The HR departments that get the best results from their skills training always do nearly all of the following.

The best laid organisational plans will come to nothing if the people in the organisation don’t know about them. Successful companies pull out all the stops to make sure that top level strategy is properly cascaded and communicated.

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