industrial relations law

  • 1industrial relations — n. Relations between workers and their employer on issues of compensation, safety, hiring, etc. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …

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  • 2Industrial relations — is a multidisciplinary field that studies the employment relationship.[1] Industrial relations is increasingly being called employment relations because of the importance of non industrial employment relationships. Many outsiders[who?] also… …

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  • 3Industrial Relations Commission — Industrial Relations Commissions are government courts or tribunal set up by a state or country to regulate and adjudicate on employment and industrial issues between employees and employers. These bodies are predominantly found in Australia… …

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  • 4industrial relations — 1. the dealings or relations of an industrial concern with its employees, with labor in general, with the public, etc. 2. the administration of such relations, esp. to maintain goodwill for an industrial concern. [1900 05] * * * Introduction also …

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  • 5Industrial Relations Court of South Australia — The Industrial Relations Court of South Australia is a South Australian court empowered to adjudicate on rights and liabilities arising out of employment. It was originally established under the Industrial Arbitration Act 1912 and is continued in …

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  • 6Industrial Relations Act 1971 — The Industrial Relations Act 1971 (c.72) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, since repealed. It was largely based on proposals outlined in the governing Conservative Party s manifesto for the 1970 general election. The act was… …

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  • 7industrial relations —    The Franco regime prohibited trade unions, establishing instead the so called vertical syndicates (sindicatos verticales), which, purporting to make class conflict irrelevant, grouped workers, managers and employers together on an industry by… …

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  • 8Australian Industrial Relations Commission — The Australian Industrial Relations Commission, or AIRC (known from 1956 to 1973 as the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission, and from 1973 to 1988 as the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission), was a tribunal with… …

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  • 9Commission on Industrial Relations — The Commission on Industrial Relations (also known as the Walsh Commission)[1] was a commission created by the U.S. Congress on August 23, 1912. The commission studied work conditions throughout the industrial United States between 1913 and 1915 …

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  • 10UIUC Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations — The School of Labor and Employment Relations (LER) is a graduate school at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Founded in 1946, the school is the second oldest labor and industrial relations school in the nation. Currently, LER is one …

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  • 11China Institute of Industrial Relations — Traditional Chinese 中國勞動關係學院 Simplified Chinese 中国劳动关系学院 …

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  • 12National Industrial Relations Court — The National Industrial Relations Court (NIRC) was established on 1 December 1971 under Section 99 of the Industrial Relations Act 1971. The NIRC was created by the Conservative government of Ted Heath as a way to limit the power of trades union… …

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  • 14Industrial democracy — is an arrangement which involves workers making decisions, sharing responsibility and authority in the workplace. In company law, the term generally used is co determination, following the German word Mitbestimmung . In Germany half of the… …

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  • 15industrial tribunal — noun A tribunal set up to hear complaints and make judgements in disputes between employers and employees on matters such as industrial relations and alleged unfair dismissal • • • Main Entry: ↑industry * * * industrial tribunal UK US noun… …

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  • 16Law of Japan — Contents 1 Historical Developments 2 Sources of law 3 Precedent 4 Civil law 4.1 Contracts …

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  • 17Industrial Law Journal — The Industrial Law Journal is a legal journal which publishes articles in the field of labour and employment law, published quarterly by the Industrial Law Society in the United Kingdom, and founded in 1971.The journal publishes articles on… …

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  • 18Industrial Workers of the World — Infobox Union name= IWW country= International affiliation= members= 2,000/900 (2006) 100,000 (1923) full name= Industrial Workers of the World native name= founded= 1905 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office=… …

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  • 19industrial 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 …

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  • 20Industrial and Labor Relations Review — is a publication of the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. It is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research on all aspects of labor relations.The target audience is comprised of academics and practitioners …

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