challenges or alternatives to pluralism

Heery, Bacon, Blyton, and Fiorito (2008, pp. M-21), in Unit supplementary Reading, discuss
challenges or alternatives to the ‘pluralism’ frame of reference of industrial relations scholarship, most
notably from ‘neo-liberalism’ conceptualisations of the contemporary workplace and its economic,
political and social environments.
select an actual example of workplace change. Discuss the extent to which one of the industrial
relations orientations identified by Heery et al. (2008, pp. M-21) is most relevant to understanding
your workplace change example.
ln your discussion highlight the role of the state (applicable government policy and/or employment
regulation), management (relevant strategies and interests), and employee involvement or
participation and/or employee representation to help justify your argument.

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