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Discuss the types of employee relations activities that are common across organizations, and any experience you have related to that.

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//Before discussing the types of employee relation activities, first of all we will discuss about the employee relations. The understanding of employee relation would be helpful for you to know the different employee relation activities.

Employee relations

Employee relations can be explained as the body of work which concerns with the relationship between the employee and employer. Good employee relations contribute in enhancing the motivation, productivity and morale among the employees. The employee relations are also concerned with the prevention and solution of various problems, which arise due to work situations or environment. The misconduct and the poor performance of the employees could be corrected through the effective employee and employer relationship (Gennard & Judge, 2005). The employee relationship also helps to resolve grievances and also assists to provide better understanding of the business goals and policies among employees.

//After discussing the employee relation, now as per the direction, we will discuss the types of employee relation activities that are common across organizations. I am providing the common employee relation activities, which are common for most ...

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