2 edition of labour court and private sector industrial relations found in the catalog.
labour court and private sector industrial relations
by Industrial Relations Centre, Victoria University of Wellington in [Wellington, N.Z.]
Written in English
|Statement||Martin Vranken and Kevin Hince.|
|Series||Working paper,, 2/87, Working Paper (Victoria University of Wellington. Industrial Relations Centre) ;, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Victoria University of Wellington. Industrial Relations Centre.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 92/08132 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||88170800|
The important aspects of Industrial Relations are (i) Cooperation. (ii) Conflict. Labour Relations and Employee Relations Whereas Employee Relations is a broader term which represents the relations and contacts between the Management and it’s (all) employees; Labour Relations has its field of contact between Management and employees, Size: KB. public-sector collective bargaining is subject to an over-lay of politics, public opinion, and concern over the proper use of taxpayer funds. Public-sector labor law basics Public-sector labor relations are not subject to the fed - eral National Labor Relations Act or many other federal or state labor laws that apply to the private sector. Rather.
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Recommendation Establish a Labour Relations Information Bureau to collect and disseminate the range of data and information relevant to employers and unions in the broader public sector in their negotiations, and identify data and other information/knowledge gaps. Of particular importance is developing data and measures of productivity. The book author, Kalani Mbeye Malema, is an experienced labour inspector and researcher currently working in the Malawi -Ministry of labour. He holds a Masters Degree (with focus in Industrial Author: Kalani Malema. Notwithstanding the labour movement's lack of interest in securing specific constitutional protection for labour rights in the Charter, unions were quick to go to court and claim that such rights were implicit in the right to freedom of association and expression and the right to equality.
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