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Werner Nienhüser and Chris Warhurst

This chapter outlines how employment relations are understood and how they are said to be changing. Following a detailed definition of ‘employment relations’, the authors present the different theoretical underpinnings of this field of study and how each might be more or less relevant in different country academic traditions. A detailed presentation is made of the convergence debate within the comparative employment relations field, exploring how things might be changing over time across countries. Consequently, this chapter includes a discussion of the ‘Uberisation’ of employment relations, when employment itself disappears.

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Chris Warhurst and Sally Wright

This case study examines what makes a good job for low-waged workers, with Scotland as an example. It raises broader questions about employer choices around job quality and what might make them improve job quality in their organisations.