Political affiliation in brackets.
* All India Central Council of Trade Unions (Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation * All India Trade Union Congress (Communist Party of India) * All India United Trade Union Centre (Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)) * Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)
* Indian National Trade Union Congress (Indian National Congress) * Indian National Trinamool Trade Union Congress (All India Trinamool Congress) * Centre for Indian Trade Unions (Communist Party of India (Marxist)) * Hind Mazdoor Sabha (socialists)
* Labour Progressive Federation (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) * SEWA
* Trade Union Coordination Committee (All India Forward Bloc) * United Trade Union Congress (Revolutionary Socialist Party)  Other trade union centres (incomplete list)
* Akhil Bharatiya Kamgar Sena (Akhil Bharatiya Sena)
* All India Centre of Trade Unions (Marxist Communist Party of India (United)) * All India Federation of Trade Unions(marxist-leninists)
industrial conflict A term which refers to all expressions of dissatisfaction within the employment relationship, especially those pertaining to the employment contract, and the effort bargain. The many different kinds of industrial conflict may be divided into two broad classes—informal and formal.
Informal industrial conflict is so labelled because it is not based on any systematic organization, results directly from a sense of grievance, and supposedly is wholly expressive in nature. Many forms of industrial sabotage which appear irrational would constitute industrial conflict in this sense, as would purely individualized and even unconscious forms of protest, including absenteeism, frequent job-changing, negligence, and even accidents at work. Industrial sociologists have also regarded spontaneous walk-outs and strikes as examples of informal industrial conflict, as well as the constant opposition to...
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