Industrial Relations Act in the Courts ebook
by Joan Henderson
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It was based on proposals outlined in the governing Conservative Party's manifesto for the 1970 general election. The act was intensely opposed by unions, and helped undermine the government of Edward Heath.
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Several of the articles and essays comprising Introduction to Human Relations Studies illustrate a few of the issues that concerned professional helpers may be involved in are included
Several of the articles and essays comprising Introduction to Human Relations Studies illustrate a few of the issues that concerned professional helpers may be involved in are included. Special attention is given to the consequences of unequal educational, economic, political, and social opportunities for some of our nation's citizens.
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An Act to provide for the regulation of the relations of employers and employees and the prevention and settlement of trade disputes by collective bargaining and conciliation and arbitration and for tripartite mediation of individual disputes.
whereby compulsory arbitration was introduced.
During the Emergency period, trade union activities were carried out illegally as many trade union leaders were influenced by communist subversive elements. For the first time, trade unions were legally registered. whereby compulsory arbitration was introduced.
The Act permitted employees to challenge for the first time both the grounds and the manner of dismissal, and, if their challenge was successful, to receive 'just and equitable' compensation.