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This research explores the historical perspective of business ethics from the viewpoint of the employer—employee relationship by outlining the impact of the changing social contract between employer and employee relations from the end of World War II to the current day; provides the basic definition of the key elements of the organizational social contract and outlines the social contract in employment relations. It also provides what the author believes to be the key drivers in employer—employee relations and the benefits to good employer—employee relations for each individual within the employment relationship. The results of this research indicate a significant shift in business ethics as it relates to the employers relationship to the employee within a work environment.
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- Employer-Employee Relationship and Organisational culture. Chapters 1-5
- Employer-Employee Relationship and Organisational culture. Chapters 1-5
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The Impact of Social Networking Sites on the Employer-Employee Relationship
A poor relationship that lack cohesiveness will dampen productivity and lead to high rate of employee turnover and labour attrition. There are several elements that make up manager-employee relationship that need to be understood by both parties for the relationship to be effective and efficient.
Prominent among these are teamwork, organizational guidelines or rules or company's policies, mentoring and chronism. Both the manager and employee need to commit to the concept of teamwork if they are to work together effectively. The roles of each party need to be well defined and understood. The employee is expected to follow instructions, give inputs when needed, exceed performance measurement criteria.
The manager is expected to provide the employee with the necessary resources and training to do the job. The manager is the very person who handles team administrative duties and provide leadership to meet organizational goals. If one of them does not hold up their end of the team requirement, then productivity suffers and organizational climate is poisoned. A manager can become an employee's mentor and this can help both the employee and the organization. When a manager mentors an employee, daily advise and career training are transferred to the employee without the organization paying for it.
This helps organizations to adhere to their vision and maintain the same organisational culture that currently exists. The employee on the other hand benefit from personalized managerial training and career guidance. Schereiner, The relationship between employer and employee may be fragile.
The employee may feel pressure to keep his job while at the same time habouring unfavourable opinions about his manager and the manager is wondering if the employee is working to be best of his ability. Employers are also concerned about the moral of workers because when the morale is low it could lead to labour turnover and the attendant low productivity. Morgan Since people respond according to how they are treated it is important for employers to have cordial relationship with their employees.
Employer-employee relationship which is characterized by support, tolerance, providing a sense of direction or purpose to their jobs and feedback will have positive effect on the organisation's climate. Contrary to this, chronism, non-communication of changes and or additions to the organizational rules and procedures may have a negative effect on the employees' general perception of the organization. Relationships that exist between employers and employees should be devoid of romantic affairs and favouratism which can result in absenteeism, non-adherence to organizational rules and regulations and conflict which have the potential of poisoning the organizational climate but should rather be characterized by appropriate power distance, resolving conflicts and avoiding preference Powers, Problem statementAlthough employees are seen as the greatest asset of an organization, many employers do not realize and value the contribution of these assets since they believe the employee is being paid for services rendered.
Those who value their employees sometimes do so with discrimination. Some employees who belong to teams are not allowed to use their initiative to help the organization. Gupta, Sometimes, employers find it difficult to tolerate their employees and the employees in turn find it unbearable to stand their employers. Actions of some employees are frowned upon because of their family, romantic relationship or being friends with the employer.
This goes a long way to bring tension to the organizational climate which decreases employee responsibilities and authority to carry out different tasks. Organisations are open systems; they affect and are affected by the environment. Business Dictionary. Organisational relationship is the state which exists in an organization and which the actions of either party affect social and or cultural well-being of the other.
Ledingham et al, Organisational relationship is the degree that the organisation and its members trust one another, that there is rightful power to influence, experience satisfaction with each other, and commit oneself to one another. Huang, The opinion that relationships must be at the central of research was initially promoted by Mary Ann Feuguson in Ever since, the relational view has appeared as a key area for concept advancement in organizational relations.
Organizational relationships are symbolized by the arrays of interaction, exchange and connection between an organization and its employees. These relationships have attributes that are separate from the identities, aspects and perceptions of the persons and social collectivities in the relationships.
Although dynamic in nature, organization relationships can be described at a single point in time and followed over time. Broom, Casey, and Ritchey, Actors in the relationship are represented by nodes, that could be employees, teams or further teams. The relationships links can be undirected, example employees interacting with each other or directed example individuals seeing another as leadership. When relationship is directional, it might be reciprocal, both parties agree.
Mostly, relationship links signal existence of relationship, however the power of the link also determined. Tough links represent closeness relationships with regular interaction, confidence and affection. Fragile links represent relationships that are spontaneous, brief and short term. Examples of the relationships that occur in organisations are communication; where there is an exchange of information and guidance, leadership; where there the existence of direction, alignment and involvement toward organisational goals, energy; where there is passion and care, creativity; where there is exchange of knowledge to generate new ideas, development; where there is coaching and supervisory activities as well as assistance, and culture; where there is preservation, formation and diffusion of practices.
Organisational relationship is on trust which comes in many forms, i. The deterrence based trust is found in most delicate relationships.
Single violation or contradiction may put an end to the relationship. Employees in this type of relationship do what they say since they are afraid of the repercussions of not performing their requirement. Deterrence based trust will work only to the extent that chastisement is probable, penalties are strong, and the chastisement is really executed when the trust desecrated.
To sustain it, the possible damage of future communication with the other party must overshadow the return potential that arises from violating expectations. Many organisational relationships are entrenched in knowledge based trust. Thus, trust is based on the ability to predict a behaviour due to a history of behavioural predictability that comes from a history of communication. It exists when employees have much facts concerning others which make them able to perfectly guess their behaviour.
It depends on facts rather than deterrence. In identification based trust, there is the highest level of trust is because there is an passionate linkage between the parties. It permits an agency relation and parties can act for the other in interpersonal transaction. This reciprocal understanding can develop to the extent that they can efficiently act for each other. This level is characterised with less control and there is no need don't need to monitoring each other since there is undisputed faithfulness Rao, One reason for the imbalance has been the neglect of the complexity of social exchange reflected in the differing theories of what social exchange is and does in participant-organisational relationship Pearce, Organisational relationship has been framed as a blend of both an economic exchange, Shore et al, ;Tsui, Pearce, Porter andHite, cited in Pearce, That is, employees evaluate the relationship by whether the inducement they receive from the organisation are commensurate with the contributions they provide".
However, many have disputed that organisational relationships are not purely economic ones, but they contain sort of a more open-ended social relationship Shore et al.
In social relationships, the exchange is not expected to be completed with each transaction; instead, the exchange is expected to be on-going, and the relationship is kept in balance over time rather than with each exchange" Pearce, Pearce mentioned five assumptions that scholars of organisational relationship have assumed.
First, "organisational relationship is clear to employees" and however asserted that study on organisational relationship doubt has been cast on this assumption for employees. Second, "the organisational relationship is driven by how the organisation treats participants".
Tsui et al. Third, "participants are dependent on their organisation". Pearce, stressed that quitting becomes hard since employees depend on the organisation, however, those with unfavourable relationships would just quit. Those who have reasonable dependence would be having various relationships ranging from favourable to unfavourable.
Fourth, "the organisation is not under staffed". Under staffing and over staffing have implications on how organisations operate. Hiring and performance principles may not be high in under staffed setting where employees may have no mental logic of a relationship with the organisation, the organisation may be extremely important to employees in over staffed settings.
Fifth, "participants understand their participation as in inducementcontribution exchange". Social exchange anticipations mostly rule organisational relationship. Organisational relationship researchers have concentrated generally on inducements and contributions to understand the relationship. Organisational ClimateOrganisational climate may be defined "as the shared perceptions of and the meanings attached to the practices, and procedures employees experience and the behaviours they observe getting rewarded and that are supported and expected Ostroff et.
Al, ". Researchers' perspectives orientate their definitions of the concepts Heyart, For example, some researchers describe organisational climate according to its characteristics. They defined it as a set of characteristics that describe an organisation, distinguishes one organisation from another, is relatively stable over time and can influence the behaviour of the organisation's members.
According to Iqbal, , "organisational climate was developed in the late s by the social scientist Lewin et al, They used social climate term to describe subjective feelings or atmosphere they encountered in their studies of organisations.
Since s the concept of climate has seemed to have lost its appeal to organisational researchers Isaksen et al. In its place organisational culture, which came from the field of anthropology, was introduced.
Employer-Employee Relationship and Organisational culture. Chapters 1-5
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The effects that internet-based social networking sites SNS have on the labour market have yet to be investigated. The purpose of this paper is to examine whether and in what way SNS are changing the nature of the relationships between employers on the one hand, and employees and job applicants on the other. By means of an online survey, information was collected about attitudes towards data security, self-marketing and career development.
The employment relationship is the legal link between employers and employees. It exists when a person performs work or services under certain conditions in return for remuneration. It is through the employment relationship, however defined, that reciprocal rights and obligations are created between the employee and the employer. It has been, and continues to be, the main vehicle through which workers gain access to the rights and benefits associated with employment in the areas of labour law and social security. The existence of an employment relationship is the condition that determines the application of the labour and social security law provisions addressed to employees.
Employer-Employee Relationship and Organisational culture. Chapters 1-5
The purpose of this study is to understand how hotel managers perceive the benefits that may accrue to employees and hotels through their engagement in corporate social responsibility CSR activities. In-depth interviews with 23 hotel managers, representing various functional responsibilities, were undertaken across four provinces in Thailand. The sample included local and international chain hotels.
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