International Employment Relations

International Employment Relations


  • Depth comparison and contrast – two countries – Germany and Japan
  • Primary goal – evaluate how governmental policies, regulations, interventions mold and impact employment relations in these nations.
  • 12-15 PowerPoint slides and accompanied by a 1-page Executive Summary

Country Selection & State’s Role Assessment: Evaluation of carefully selected countries with distinct employment relations systems. Presentation of an insightful overview of the state’s role, encompassing aspects such as labour laws, regulations, and its overall impact on both workers and employers

Institutional Framework Analysis: Examination of the institutional frameworks established by each state. Emphasis on highlighting the roles played by institutions, agencies, and regulatory bodies in mediating employment relations within each country.

Impact on Stakeholders Evaluation: Assessment of how the state’s role influences various stakeholders within the employment landscape. Analysis of the implications on workplace dynamics, negotiation processes, and the overall employment conditions for workers and employers alike.

Future Trends and Recommendations/Critical Reflection: Presentation of insights into potential future trends in the state’s role for each country, based on thorough analysis. Provision of well founded recommendations aimed at enhancing or modifying the state’s approach to effectively address emerging challenges within the realm of employment relations.