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Abstract

This case involves a bus and coach company formed as a result of privatisation and operating in the deregulated market. Since being established in the mid- 1980s little has changed in terms of industrial relations arrangements, and collective bargaining in particular. The objective of the case is for student to analyse the current arrangements in the light of the changes which the industry has experienced due to both privatisation and deregulation. On the basis of this evaluation they should be able to decide if the current bargaining arrangements are appropriate, and if not to recommend alternative arrangements. They should also be able to recommend other changes to industrial relations practices, linked to collective bargaining, which may be more appropriate in the changed environment.
Location:
Size:
2,000 employees approximately
Other setting(s):
1995

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Abstract

This case involves a bus and coach company formed as a result of privatisation and operating in the deregulated market. Since being established in the mid- 1980s little has changed in terms of industrial relations arrangements, and collective bargaining in particular. The objective of the case is for student to analyse the current arrangements in the light of the changes which the industry has experienced due to both privatisation and deregulation. On the basis of this evaluation they should be able to decide if the current bargaining arrangements are appropriate, and if not to recommend alternative arrangements. They should also be able to recommend other changes to industrial relations practices, linked to collective bargaining, which may be more appropriate in the changed environment.

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Location:
Size:
2,000 employees approximately
Other setting(s):
1995

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