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This new book addresses the topical issues surrounding employment relations in UK voluntary organizations that operate within the quasi-market of social care. Combining an analysis of the established literature with in-depth qualitative field work, Ian Cunningham explores the nature of power relations between state and voluntary sector; implications of employment policy and subsequent pressures for change in pay and working conditions; the influence of trade unions in the sector; This new book addresses the topical issues surrounding employment relations in UK voluntary organizations that operate within the quasi-market of social care. Combining an analysis of the established literature with in-depth qualitative field work, Ian Cunningham explores the nature of power relations between state and voluntary sector; implications of employment policy and subsequent pressures for change in pay and working conditions; the influence of trade unions in the sector; management's capacity to resist external pressure and employee responses to this environment. Cunningham's focus on the employment relationship in this sector is unique, highlighting a complex and variable pattern of interdependence and subordination between government agencies and voluntary sector employers. The author examines the way in which financial pressures from the state coupled with weak unionization diminish working conditions, arguing that employee morale will not be sustained if the voluntary sector fails to maintain its autonomy and minimize its dependency on state funding. Books, Business & Economics~~General, Employment-Relations-in-the-Voluntary-Sector~~Ian-Cunningham, 999999999, Employment Relations in the Voluntary Sector: Struggling to Care, Ian Cunningham, 0415427134, Taylor & Francis, , , , , Taylor & Francis

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This new book addresses the topical issues surrounding employment relations in UK voluntary organizations that operate within the quasi-market of social care. Combining an analysis of the established literature with in-depth qualitative field work, Ian Cunningham explores the nature of power relations between state and voluntary sector; implications of employment policy and subsequent pressures for change in pay and working conditions; the influence of trade unions in the sector; management’s capacity to resist external pressure and employee responses to this environment.Cunningham’s focus on the employment relationship in this sector is unique, highlighting a complex and variable pattern of interdependence and subordination between government agencies and voluntary sector employers. The author examines the way in which financial pressures from the state coupled with weak unionization diminish working conditions, arguing that employee morale will not be sustained if the voluntary sector fails to maintain its autonomy and minimize its dependency on state funding. Books Books ~~ Business & Economics~~ General Employment-Relations-in-the-Voluntary-Sector~~Ian-Cunningham Taylor & Francis Offers an exploration of the relationship between the voluntary sector and state agencies, and the impact of this on employment in the sector, giving an insight into what it is like to work in a voluntary organization in the UK.

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This new book addresses the topical issues surrounding employment relations in UK voluntary organizations that operate within the quasi-market of social care. Combining an analysis of the established literature with in-depth qualitative field work, Ian Cunningham explores the nature of power relations between state and voluntary sector; implications of employment policy and subsequent pressures for change in pay and working conditions; the influence of trade unions in the sector; management's capacity to resist external pressure and employee responses to this environment. Cunningham's focus on the employment relationship in this sector is unique, highlighting a complex and variable pattern of interdependence and subordination between government agencies and voluntary sector employers. The author examines the way in which financial pressures from the state coupled with weak unionization diminish working conditions, arguing that employee morale will not be sustained if the voluntary sector fails to maintain its autonomy and minimize its dependency on state funding. Business Business eBook Offers an exploration of the relationship between the voluntary sector and state agencies, and the impact of this on employment in the sector, giving an insight into what it is like to work in a voluntary organization in the UK.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL, 256 Seiten, [GR: 17480 - HC/Arbeit, Interessenvertretung], [SW: - Business / Economics / Finance], Gebunden, Klappentext: Offers an exploration of the relationship between the voluntary sector and state agencies, and the impact of this on employment in the sector, giving an insight into what it is like to work in a voluntary organization in the UK. Offers an exploration of the relationship between the voluntary sector and state agencies, and the impact of this on employment in the sector, giving an insight into what it is like to work in a voluntary organization in the UK.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415427135
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415427134
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
256 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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