Labour relations

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  • Railway Labour Act 1926

    1926- Railway Labor Act Term Paper The Railway Labour Act (1926) has been represented under the regulations set for the government unions. There have been efforts which are between the rail road management with the unions in order to reduce the transportation strikes. This leads to the railroad employees in order to organise and bargain the collective representatives. In 1936, the airlines and the employees have been also added to this. The industries cover the act where the experts believe about the labour relational problems which stem from the acts provisions. This could be easily resolved through the unions who fell under the labour law with the HR perspective. The Railway Labour Act has been to govern and seek for the bargaining, arbitration,…

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  • State Labour Relations In Maharashtra

    formally employed. The unique class interests of informally employed workers were ignored by the CPM leaders. So the informal sector workers i.e. the class conscious proletariats must transform themselves into a revolutionary class-for-itself so that it can eventually seize political power from the bourgeoisie. This book forces the readers to ponder over the state-labour relations as state is nothing but means of projecting the class interest of the bourgeoisie. The informal sector workers can…

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  • Workplace Productivity And Performance: A Case Study

    Can and should Australian employment relations legislation contribute to workplace productivity and performance? Workplace productivity and performance can be both classified at the micro-level of the organisation and the macro-level of national economic performance. Productivity is the quantity of output per unit of input, specifically, labour productivity is measured by output per hour worked (Peetz 2012, p.269). Performance can be assessed in terms of efficiency and equity; efficiency is…

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  • Classical Conservatism

    The new act removed to encourage collective agreements, secondary bargaining power, to abolish compulsory arbitration and to disappear the historical perception between public and private sector employment relationship (Rasmussen, 2009). The government created legal decision making body like the Labour Court to hear personal complaints and dispute between employee, unions and employer in 1987 to 1991. The Industrial Relation Act was replaced with voluntary arbitration means that unions and…

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  • Padi Cepat Case Study

    The main connection between cultural diversity and workforce diversity is the diverse variety of culture values, religion, sex and nationality. It increased interpersonal skills and team work. Through diversity manager can able to create positive environment in an organization. (Diller, 2014) Q-6 Meaning of labour relations and why it would be of importance to Padi Cepat? Labour relations is the study and practice of managing employee’s situation in an organization. It helps to…

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  • Union Busting Case Study

    busting sophisticated strategies citing a case in Labour Department in California. With the perception that the department is mandated to implement labour and wage regulations to protect the rights of the employees, an official named Richard Sawyer loses his job. The Republican politicians together with the employers make an attempt to ban one of the most active and well established union campaign group referred to as Justice for Janitors (Bacon, 1996). With regard to section 8 (a) (2), such an…

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  • Pros And Consequences Of Labour Law

    find prosecutions and penalties as one of the most important concerns raised in the report as the issue is that currently we do not have any credible threat of prosecutions for violations of the Labour Relations Act, they are rare and many cases get dismissed or accommodated (C.M. Mitchell., J.C. Murray, pg. 107, 110). This is proven as from the years of 2004-2014 the OLRB had thousands of unfair labour practice complaints filed, but from 10 years only 29 applications were given consent to…

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  • Flying High And Low Summary

    A critical review of Troy Sarina and Russell D. Lansbury’s article, “Flying high and low? Strategic choice and employment relations in Qantas and Jetstar.” Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources (2013) 51, pp.437–453. Examining Sarina and Lansbury’s (2013) article on the two airline Qantas and Jetstar, it is seen that the conducted study concerns the strategic choices that the airlines adopted in relation to the changing factors that affected the aviation industry. This research aims to…

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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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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Collective Bargaining

    In this method of bargaining “labour bargains for wages as usual but goes a step further demanding equity in matters relating to work norms, employment levels, manning standards etc.” (http://www.shareyouressays.com/). This seemed to work in favour of the employees as unions would negotiate standards to ensure that the employee’s workload was not exceeded. For this reason employees try to get unions to be more lenient to using this form of bargaining in their opinion they gain more from it…

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