Need to be finished in 2 days
In employment or industrial relations, the theory of liberalism, which is about the protection of personal rights over government intervention is applied in probing the growth of workforces because it provides clues to better understanding the changing concept of work. Industrial relations analysts, according to Ramia and Wailes (2006), have long been interested in employment relations as rules and regulations which may limit market inequalities in various ways.
Should the state play an active part in employment relations or are such matters best left to employers, trade unions and workers?
Refer to the HRM (unitarist) and IR (pluralist) frames of reference in answering this question and use specific examples from a particular country (or you could refer to two different countries to show a comparison) to support your argument.
must also be submitted electronically via Turnitin
Academic essay with an introduction, body and conclusion and Reference List (NOT Bibliography).
Avoid using headings and sub-headings. Do not use tables, figures or diagrams as this is NOT a report.
Citation and referencing in the APA style
Sources: Minimum 9 (academic journal articles and books)
Web sites and newspaper articles DO NOT count as academic sources.
In particular do NOT use Wikipedia or dictionaries.