Employment Relations and the State

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assignment

Employment Relations

Introduction
Argument statement
The position that will be argued on the
topic (use content key words) and the
main points, in the order they will be
discussed in the essay.
The argument statement identifies how
you are going to answer the essay topic.
Should the state play an active
part in
employment
relations or
are such
matters best
left to
employers and
their
associations,
workers and
their unions?

Or Not ?
( TO WHAT EXTENT
SHOULD/SHOULDN’T THE
GOVT/TRIBUNALS ETC PLAY AN
ACTIVE ROLE ?
Provide definitions for all of the
technical or academic terms

In this essay it is argued that ……

You should give several examples, and references to support your claims. Remember,
this is NOT a case study so you need several examples. Which actors should be
involved in ER? Are one or two parties the main decision makers? Is there a need for
intervention by the state and to what degree? Be specific
Refer to unitarism, pluralism, radicalism or corporatism to support your argument.

Body paragraph 1
Topic sentence

2

Contains the topic and position of this
paragraph.
Claim 1. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 2. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 3. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Body paragraph 2
Topic sentence
Contains the topic & position of this
paragraph.
Claim 1. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 2. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 3. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.

Body paragraph 3
Topic sentence
(Contains the topic & position of this
paragraph.)
Claim 1. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 2. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 3. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.

Body paragraph 4

3

Topic sentence
(Contains topic & position of this
paragraph.)
Claim 1. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 2. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Claim 3. (Support from the literature:
paraphrase or quote)
Include citation.
Conclusion
Summary of main points made in essay
Conclusion
Summary of main points made in essay

Reminders:
 Please note that not all your essay is included in the plan. There is no need to include background
sentences or all your explanations and examples. These will be written when you begin drafting.
 Write your argument statement or thesis statement after planning the topic and position of your body
paragraphs.
 When writing the argument statement or thesis statement, remember to address the key points of the
essay topic. Including the content key words in your argument statement will help with this.
 Accurate referencing is important. Visit Griffith Library Website > Workshops & Training > Self-Help
Resources > Referencing > Referencing Tool.
Referencing Information
Write information below about books, journal articles or websites (known as sources) which you have used to
develop your argument. Note that general websites are often poor sources of information and should be avoided
(e.g. Wikipedia). Please refer to the 6 th edition of APA referencing style approved by Griffith .Go beyond the
minimum 7 required journals to get good marks .
PLEASE FILL THIS TABLE FOR ALL SOURCES YOU ARE GOING TO APPLY IN THIS ESSAY (COPY AND
PASTE THIS TABLE TO INCLUDE ALL SOURCES.)

Description

Employment Relations and the State

Employment Relations and the State

ANSWER


Employment relations is also commonly referred to as industrial relations can be described as a system where the employers, employees and their respective representatives engage each other to come up with rules that help in nurturing their relationships. Employee relations help to set the pace on how the employers and workers and their respective unions relate in the organization, industry and national levels (Cooke, 2016). However, although employment relations purely involve the employers and employees, the state plays a pivotal role. The state must be involved in employment relations in an active capacity for various reasons. The state is one of the largest providers of employment in any economy, therefore, must be involved in employee relations. In addition the state also develops legislations and policies to guide employment relations. For these and many other reasons, this paper argues that the state should play an active part in employment relations.