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This theory has been found to be practical. It incorporates certain concepts from the systems theory. Incorporation of different contemporary changes is important for industrial practices. The contemporary changes have been identified into different categories. They contain the decline in the trade unionism, concept of collective bargaining and emergence of newer managerial values with diversified HRM strategies. This theory has been successful in recognizing the importance of the actors in industrial relations (staffs, management HR) and all other external factors that have direct influence.
The different actors of employment relationship- the staff and management play an important role towards the maintenance of constructive and positive working environment. Though the gross objectives and goals of employees and managements are different, difference in opinions also crop up from time to time, which needs to be managed. The corresponding performance and rewards are to be adequately managed in the light of specific job role. Communication regarding all matters should be sent to the employees periodically as per requirement. In the absence of the same, the employees might collectively decide towards long term absence from work. They could also stall any important work, which results in fights between management and trade/employee unions. This could lead to a loss of work and loss of vital time (Analoui, 2007). Thus, it is extremely important to give due importance to the labour force and work out differences in an amiable manner so that the work is not affected and employees are motivated and enthusiastic to complete the assigned work within the requisite time frame.
The employee relations have changed over the time (Bernardin, 2002).Previously, it was contractual in nature with wages being the only connection between the anchors. However, in the recent times, and the employees are also shareholders within the organization. They are empowered to function individually and provide suggestions for the development of organization. The organization in turn seeks to address the issues raised by the staff and fulfil the staff needs to achieve effective management.