Employment relations

| August 29, 2015

Employment relations

Also complete the Essay Plan.
Outline the relationship between HRM and trade unions.
Do you think trade unions are required in organisations that have significant HRM practices? focusing on unitarism or pluralism.
Based on Australia, See the following context?
HRM techniques are often seen as a replacement for trade unions. The decrease in the number of union members in Australia has corresponded with an increase in the use of HRM techniques by organisations. Some commentators believe that HRM is adverse to unionism, and is used to replace the role that unions have traditionally played in the workplace.

Employment Relations

Length:      1500 words (+- 10%)

Format:           Academic essay, NOT a report
?    Introduction
Well-structured argument
Conclusion
Reference List (NOT Bibliography).

Sources: 10 (journal articles/academic books).
URL is required. Use ProQuest to find sources. Web sites and newspaper articles do not count as academic sources.  In particular do not use sites such as Wikipedia.
Do not reference lectures or use lecture materials in your essay.

ESSAY PLANNER
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.    In this essay it is argued that ……

Body paragraph 1
Topic sentence
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
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.

Body paragraph 5
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

Showing agreement
Show an instance of 2 authors agreeing on a point or idea
Showing disagreement
Show an instance of 2 authors disagreeing on a point or idea
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).

Source 1: Required reading (the source provided for you):
Author/s:
Year of publication:
Title of book or article:

Publication details:
(book: publisher name, place of publication); (journal article: journal name, volume, issue number, page numbers, doi, gateway URL);

Source 2
Author/s:
Year of publication:
Title of book or article:
Publication details:
(book: publisher name, place of publication); (journal article: journal name, volume, issue number, page numbers, doi, gateway URL);

Source 3
Author/s:
Year of publication:
Title of book, article or website:
Publication details:
(book: publisher name, place of publication); (journal article: journal name, volume, issue number, page numbers, doi, gateway URL);

Source 4
Author/s:
Year of publication:
Title of book, article or website:
Publication details:
(book: publisher name, place of publication); (journal article: journal name, volume, issue number, page numbers, doi, gateway URL);

Source 5
Author/s:
Year of publication:
Title of book, article or website:
Publication details:
(book: publisher name, place of publication); (journal article: journal name, volume, issue number, page numbers, doi, gateway URL);

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