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Identify the methods through which employees are involved with the employment relations process. Do employees have a legitimate say in the organisation's decisions, or have employers simply manipulated employees into believing they have a say?

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In today's business world the human resource is the most valuable resource that exists. It is the difference between successful businesses and failing businesses.

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Opinion on whether employees have a legitimate voice in decision making within a business.

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