HelpFeedback
Dundon, Understanding Empl 2e
Information Center
About the Authors
Book Preface
Sample Chapter
Table of Contents
Request Lecturer Copy
Request Lecturer Passw...
Buy the Book
Key Features
Get Adobe Reader


Student Edition
Instructor Edition
Understanding Employment Relations, 2/e

Tony Dundon
Derek Rollinson

ISBN: 0077127412
Copyright year: 2011

Welcome to the Online Learning Centre for Understanding Employment Relations, Second Edition, by Tony Dundon and Derek Rollinson

This is the ideal resource for students who need to gain a thorough understanding of contemporary issues and the practical skills needed for the workplace.

Tony Dundon and Derek Rollinson clearly guide readers through the multitude of factors – economic, social, psychological and legal – that shape contemporary employment relations and management practice. Their student–friendly approach provides exercises, case studies and reflective questions – plus a wealth of additional resources online – designed to help readers think critically and apply their knowledge to real–world situations.

THE STUDENT CENTRE

The Student Centre for this title contains:

  • Chapter Outlines
  • Multiple Choice Questions and Answers
  • Additional Case Studies
  • Hints for completing exercises and using case studies

THE LECTURER CENTRE

The Lecturer Centre for this title contains:

  • Chapter Outlines
  • Solutions Manual
  • PowerPoint Slides
  • Assignments and Exam Questions
  • Chapter Guide
  • Case Teaching Notes

ACCESSING THE LECTURER CENTRE
The Lecturer Centre is for instructors and lecturers only and as such is password-protected. In order to request the password to access the Lecturer Centre, please fill in your details on the request password page. A McGraw-Hill representative will contact you in due course.

REQUEST LECTURER COPY
If you are considering using Understanding Employment Relations for course adoption, you can request a complementary lecturer copy by clicking here and filling in the online form.

Please note that lecturer copies can only be sent to college or university addresses within Europe, the Middle East or Africa. Lecturers outside these regions should contact their respective International Office.

Click on the link at the base of this page to return to the Information Centre.



To obtain a lecturer login to the Online Learning Centres, ask your local sales representative. If you're a lecturer thinking about adopting this textbook, request a lecturer copy for review.