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2. Who wins from flexible working practices – employers or employees?

Assessment

Assessment Brief

In order to pass this module you have to achieve a mark of 50 per cent. The module is assessed through an individual essay of 3,500 words.

In accordance with the Postgraduate Regulations students will be given one opportunity only to resubmit/retake a failed element of assessment. Failure at the second attempt constitutes failure to achieve the award of MA/Postgraduate Diploma in the Management of Human Resources.

Should you need to resubmit a failed assignment you are strongly advised to seek advice from the module tutor as to how to improve on the original failed piece of work.

Assignments are expected to be submitted by the deadline that has been set. In exceptional circumstances you may request an extension to a deadline or a deferral of the submission of work. Please refer to the Programme Handbook for information about the circumstances in which you can request an extension or deferral and the procedure for doing so.

Assignment : Individual Essay (3,500 words)

Choose ONE of the following essay questions. Your essay should be typed in Arial font, size 11 or 12. It must be properly referenced, i.e. sources of quotes from and citations of published work must be indicated clearly in the text of your essay and full details of all references must be included in an alphabetical list of references at the end of the essay. Failure to reference your sources properly will be penalised. If you are in any doubt about how to reference your work, consult the referencing guide on the Blackboard site for the programme (click on the study skills button). If you are still in doubt, ask the module leader.

Essay questions:

1.       ‘The employment relations legislation measures introduced since 1997 have served to significantly constrain managerial prerogative’.  Critically evaluate this statement.

2.      Who wins from flexible working practices – employers or employees?

3.      Can non-union systems of employee representation provide workers with an effective voice at work?

4.  Is Britain’s membership of the EU good or bad for British workers?


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