John W. Budd’ın ‘İnsani Bir Çalışma İlişkisi’ Kuramı 21. Yüzyıl Çalışma İlişkileri İçin Neler Söylüyor?

21.yüzyıla çalışma ilişkileri bağlamında baktığımızda gördüğümüz şey pek iç açıcıdeğil. Kabaca çalışma hayatını koruyan mekanizmaların aşındığını veyagevşediğini ve çalışma hayatının çalışanlar için gittikçe güvencesizleştiğinisöylemek mümkündür. Böyle bir durumda çalışma hayatının insani bir temeleoturtulması mümkün mü? Bu çalışma, bu soruyu John W. Budd’ın ‘insani birçalışma ilişkisi’ kuramı bağlamında cevaplandırmaya çalışmaktadır. Çalışmadaöncelikle çalışma ilişkileri literatüründeki temel referans çerçevelerisunulacak, daha sonra ise Budd’ın sözü edilen kuramının ana hatları ortayakonularak soru cevaplandırılmaya çalışılacaktır. 

What Does John W. Budd’s Theory of ‘Employment with A Human Face’ Say for 21st Century Employment Relations?

When we look at the 21st century in the context ofemployment relations, we could not see a heart-warming scene. Roughly, it ispossible to say that the mechanisms that protect the working life have becomeeroded or loosened and the working life has become increasingly insecure forthe employees. In such a case, is it possible to put the working life on abasis with a human face? This paper tries to answer this question by John W.Budd’s theory of ‘employment with a human face’. The paper begins with a sectionon the frames of reference which is an important concept in employmentrelations literature. The next section presents the main points of the Budd’stheory and tries to answer the question. 

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