21/11/2018 by The Self-Publishing Partnership 0 Comments
Professional self-help books by Tony Weightman
Tony Weightman's new books on how to get the best out of your relationships with trade unions, and how to be a good consultive representative.
Working Positively With Trade Unions: How to get the best out of your relationship with the trade unions
(with Bernie McCardle)
The ultimate resource for new or established line managers and HR professionals to develop positive relationships at work.
We all want to get the best out of any relationship we have be it at work or at home. Just trying hard does not guarantee results. To be successful we need to clear approach and plan. This book uses a unique relationship MAP that helps you identify the current state of your relationship and then offers help to move through the three key stages. The book can be used as a complete set of chapters that offer an overall view of employee relations or you can select individual chapters to enhance skills that currently need development. It will take you through the history of trade unions as well as the law around their role. There are chapters on the MAP and how to utilise it as well as the negotiation and consultation process. You will see how to build effective relations that will be useful in discipline and grievance handling.
A Handbook of Consultative Committee Representatives
The ultimate resource for new or established representatives to get even more from their role.
Being chosen by your peers to represent their views and opinions is a great compliment for anyone. Doing a first class job as a representative can be difficult without training and proper guidance. This handbook will help new and established representatives to add positive value to their input and be seen as examples of best practice for other representatives in the future. The book can be used as a complete set of chapters that offer an overall view of the role, or you can select individual chapters to enhance skills that currently need development. The book will take you through the reasons why consultation is required, as well as looking at meetings and how to influence other people. It also covers less frequently encountered areas, such as discipline and grievance handling, pay consultations and redundancies.
Both available now on Amazon: