EMPLOYEE VOICE

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Assignment 1
• Using employee voice frameworks and theory, compare and
contrast the practices of Worker Directors and Team
Briefing, as a means by which employees may influence
management decision making.
• Word count  1000

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Assignment 1
• Using employee voice frameworks and theory, compare and
contrast the practices of Worker Directors and Team
Briefing, as a means by which employees may influence
management decision making.
• Word count  1000

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Introduction

Positive employee relations and high employee engagement levels are potential in leading improved business outcomes, better employee well-being, and better employee health. The concept of employee voice has elicited different understanding to both practitioners and scholars of human resource management (Anyango, Ojera & Ochieng, 2015). The term simply refers to the say employees have regarding issues that concern them in their workplaces. Employee voice is a form of two- way dialogue that allows employees to raise their issues in decision making and hence influence events including processes of participation, involvement, upward communication, and upward problem solving (Budd, Gollan & Wilkinson, 2010). Therefore, employee voice is the ability of employees in an organization to influence the actions of the employer or manager. This can be direct or indirect; direct voice is where employees raise concerns without the involvement of trade unions and indirect is where employees engage trade unions to influence the decisions made at their workplaces (Armstrong, 2009; Bernadian, 2008).

 

compare and
contrast the practices of Worker Directors and Team
Briefing, as a means by which employees may influence
management decision making.
• Word count  1000