Industrial Disputes

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});  An industrial dispute may be defined as a conflict or difference of opinion between management and workers on the terms of employment.  It is a disagreement between an employer ...

How to Change Your Organization’s Culture

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); An organization’s culture is a deeply embedded set of values and beliefs that determine, to a great extent, how individual employees react to various situations. But if a company’s ...

Arbitration & conciliation

Arbitration The process of arbitration can start only if there exists a valid Arbitration Agreement between the parties prior to the emergence of the dispute. As per Section 7, such an agreement must be in writing. The contract regarding which the ...

Lock-Outs

Lock-out is that the counter-part of strikes. whereas a ‘strike’ is AN union or combined withdrawal of the availability of labour, ‘lock-out’ is withholding demand for it. Lock-out is that the weapon obtainable to the leader to shut-down the ...

Grievance In Industry

Grievance means any type of dissatisfaction or discontentment’s arising out of factors related to an employee’s job which he thinks are unfair. A grievance arises when an employee feels that something has happened or is happening to him which ...

Arbitration & conciliation

ADR is generally classified into at least four types: negotiation, mediation, collaborative law, and arbitration. (Sometimes a fifth type, conciliation, is included as well, but for present purposes it can be regarded as a form of mediation. See conciliation ...

Layoff Business Risks

There are many negative consequences when management fails to properly manage the business risks associated with a reorganization including but not limited to reduced or vanished shareholder value, lost productivity, lost employee and customer loyalty, ...

Industrial Disputes

Thus form the legal point of view, industrial dispute does not merely refer to difference between labour and capital as is generally thought, but it refers to differences that affect groups of workmen and employers engaged in an industry. Essentially, ...

Methods of Identifying Grievances

The following methods can help the employer to identify the grievances: 1. Directive observation: Knowledge of human behaviour is requisite quality of every good manager. From the changed behaviour of employees, he should be able to snuff the causes ...

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Sometimes workplace issues are easier to solve when an impartial person helps to create the solution. Therefore, at various points in the discipline process, the employee or organization might want to bring in someone to help with problem solving. ...
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