By Ollie Malone
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The commodity model, for example, is a good fit for low-skill jobs where the work is standardized and easily monitored; the goodwill model, on the other hand, is a good fit where jobs require higher-level and more intangible-type skills and where cooperation and good citizenship behavior have particular value. For the next major ERS contributions in industrial relations we now fast-forward to the 1950s. One comes from economist Clark Kerr and the other from John Dunlop. Kerr (1950, 1954) first divides labor markets into ‘structured’ and ‘unstructured’.
Of the two, the private property model has the more extensively developed internal labor market (ILM) and HRM system since the longevity of the employment relationship makes all aspects of HRM more important to organizational performance. Dunlop’s contribution to the ERS literature is the concept of an ‘industrial relations system’. 13). He identified three main actors in an ERS – employers and their representatives, employees and their representatives and government and its agencies; four main structural components – budget constraints, technology, power relations and statuses of the actors and labor management ideology; and made the central explanatory task of the model ‘why particular rules are established in particular industrial-relations systems and how and why they change’ (p.
101 Leadership Actions for Performance Management by Ollie Malone