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Labour Relations

and Contrast; The Labour Relations Commission And The Labour Court The Labour relations committee and the Labour court both have specific underlying functions; yet as two separate organisations they do perform similar roles. The main differences between them lying in varying jurisdictions and formalities. My findings on both are as follows; Labour Relations Commission; Mission Statement – “To promote the development and improvement of Irish industrial relations policies, practices...

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Labour Law and Industrial Relations

Labour Law and Industrial Relations 1. Describe and analyze the main characteristics of the Bi-partite Collective Negotiation, by making special reference to the social partners, the unions, the collective agreements, the industrial relations code and the role of the Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance. The Bi-partite Collective Negotiation involves the two parts of labour industry; employers and employees. This Negotiation contains the collective agreement. This is an association between...

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Labour Law

four distinct phases of labour law in Zimbabwe namely Primitive accumulation, colonial state corporatism, post colonial state corporatism and neo-liberalism. Primitive accumulation from 1890 to the 1930s. the chief legislation of this period was the 1901 Master and Servant Ordinance Act. This laid the basis of a primitive labour law system designed to fast track the establishment of a racist capitalist system based on cheap and forced black labour. The character of labour law during this period...

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

COMPONENTS OF EACH OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS It is common knowledge that industrial relations cannot exist in isolation as it takes place within a system comprising of factors, each of which affects all the other factors. A change in one factor will bring about a change in each of the other factors. It goes without saying therefore that certain external forces influence the industrial relations system and in turn, it also impacts on the outside environment. When...

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Evolution of Industrial Relations in India

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN INDIA AND RUSSIA   EVOLUTION OF IR IN INDIA ANCIENT INDIA In ancient India, agriculture was the prime occupation followed by trading and then manual services. The industry sector (comprising of weaving of woolen clothes, dyeing of leather, etc.) was greatly advanced. CASTE SYSTEM The caste system in India was based on transfer of skills and specialization to the descendents. The various caste categories were Brahmins, Kshyatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras. LABOUR IN MEDIEVAL...

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industrial relations

It is the intention of this essay to critically discuss and analyse the various relevant theories related to industrial relations and changes that had taken place since 2005 in industrial relations that have impacted employment relations at the workplace and how they improved the workplace conditions. This will be carried out by exhibiting the brief history industrial relations and changes in Australia. It will provide a brief overview of Fair Work Act 2009 in comparison to the Work Choices 2005...

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Child Labour

 Child Labour Defination Wordsworth has said: “The child is father or the man.” Children are our future. Now when they are so important, we must realize what are doing for them. Have we succeeded in providing them the basic necessities of life such as education and health care? Although the government NGOs and other organizations are busy in solving the problem of child labour yet nothing seems to have come out of their work. Poverty is the main case of this failure. The poor...

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Employment Relations in China

economy is characterised by the operation of a market mechanism within the context of economic dominance by public ownership and the political dominance by the Communist Party. In the sections below we shall discuss the characteristics of employment relations in China and compare its differences to that of Singapore. Three Old Irons Before the beginnings of the transition from a centrally planned economy, the system of three “old irons”; the iron rice bowl (guaranteed lifetime employment), the...

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Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining

period. • Improved wages, hours, working conditions, and benefits for their members. The Constitution of Pakistan contains a range of provisions with regards to labour rights found in Part II: Fundamental Rights and Principles of Policy. I. Article 11 of the Constitution prohibits all forms of slavery, forced labour and child labour; II. Article 17 provides for a fundamental right to exercise the freedom of association and the right to form unions; III. Article 18 proscribes the right of its...

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Labour Disputes Case

Labour Disputes: A look at the TKM unrest Introduction: Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Limited (TKM) was a joint venture, established in 1997, between Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota), Japan’s largest car company and the second-largest car manufacturer in the world, and the Kirloskar Group of India. Toyota holds an 89% equity stake and while the Kirloskar Group holds the remaining 11%. Toyota has over 400 acres of land in its Bidadi plant and less than half of the land has been utilised...

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