Industrial relations

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  • The Coundaries Of Industrial Relations And Employment Relations

    Abstract The concepts of industrial relations and employment relations have been used interchangeably to connote the relationship that exists in a work organization between the owners of the factors of production and labour. Attempts have been made to explain and label correctly both concepts but the controversy rages on. Scholars have opined that industrial relations is broader than employee relations and vice-versa. This paper attempts to clearly identify the differences (if any), the similarities (if any) and the boundaries (if any) of these concepts as it extends to other allied issues. Key Words: Industrial Relations, Employment Relations Introduction Industrial relations has its roots in the industrial revolution which created the modern employment relationship by spawning free labor markets and large-scale industrial organizations with thousands of wage workers. As society wrestled with these massive economic and social changes, labor problems arose. Low wages, long working hours, monotonous and dangerous work, and abusive supervisory practices led to high employee turnover, violent strikes, and the threat of…

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  • Australia Industrial Relations Essay

    Industrial relations refer to the correlation between an individual or groups of employees and employers within an organisation. Based upon this relationship, industrial relations cover all aspects of social, political and economical issues. Issues that accumulate within the workforce such as collective bargaining, labor-management associations, conflicting objective and values in addition to the conflicts between profit motives and social gains are assessed to accommodate both employers and…

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  • Unitarism And Employment Relationship

    (Ivanovic and Collin, 2006, p.267), whereas pluralism is mentioned to be: ‘the belief that the way to achieve good industrial relations is to acknowledge that various groups of employees have different requirements and make different demands, and that compromises have to be reached’ (Ivanovic and Collin, 2006, p.201). This essay compares and contrasts unitarist perspectives and pluralist perspectives. To do so, unitarism, pluralism and the employment relationship will be defined in more detail.…

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  • Relational Database Case Study

    teachers and one student, when you want a teacher row to be deleted if it’s a corresponding row is deleted in the student table. if cascade is not being use then an error will be raised for the referential integrity. What is a referential integrity? It is a property of a data which requires every value of one attribute of a table to exist as a value of another attribute in a different table. Referential integrity is a database that makes sure that the relationships between the tables remain…

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  • Benefit Of Using A Relational Database

    This way they would not need to copy the user data, and the database structure becomes tidier. There are many ways for Database normalisation to minimise data redundancy by not repeating the same groups in single tables, having all items in a table that is related to the primary key and a separate table for related information. Normalization can help create attributes that don’t repeat data and relationships between tables. We can avoid data redundancy by organising and producing unique fields…

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  • Essay On Fair Work Act 2005

    The current industrial relations framework – the Fair Work Act 2009 – attempts to rebalance the shift of power previously swung in the employers favour by the former system – the Workplace (Work Choices) Relations Amendment Act 2005. When examining the intentions of the Fair Work Act it is important to consider its predecessors. For the majority of the twentieth century Australia’s industrial relations system was one of conciliation and arbitration; until the 1980’s when there was call for a…

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  • The Causes And Forms Of Industrial Strikes

    5. Industrial disputes: In the industrial disputes act 1947 industrial disputes means “any difference between employers and employees or between employers and workmen or between workmen and workmen, which is connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment or with the condition of labour of any person. Industrial disputes effects the employers and workmen in the business. In Honda there are many industrial disputes. In February 2016 workers of trade union say, when a…

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  • Len-Rios: A Case Study

    An understanding of the management of reputation or public status and the making of ethical judgment about strategic communication and communication planning are the hallmarks of public relations. Public relations (hereinafter PR) is concerned with the strategic planning and management of communication (AUT, 2016). Grunig and Hunt (1984) defined PR as the way of handling the spread or transfer of data or information between a person or an establishment - such as a charitable trust, corporate…

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  • Labor Union Shop History

    Robert Alphonso Taft and Representative Fred Allan Hartley in 1947, was an act that changed some of the National Labor Relations Act of 1935. The…

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  • Railway Labour Act 1926

    The prohibition of an employer from the act of the interference with a proper formation of the labour organisation helps in providing the different rules to carry out a collective bargaining under the control of the National Labour Relations Board. The empowerment is based on holding the elections along with deciding about the union for representing the workers with the employer bargaining. The employers are seen to feel that the Wagner Act has been completely one sided which is able to maintain…

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