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Australian Industrial Relations Complete Notes

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Labour relations Economy Business Employment Industrial relations Labour law Collective bargaining Workplace Trade union Employee voice Fair Work Act South African labour law
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Labour relations Economy Business Employment Industrial relations Labour law Collective bargaining Workplace Trade union Employee voice Fair Work Act South African labour law
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of rules or the study of social relations at work: It is both • Job regulation (legally oriented) • Social relations at work (psychologically orientated) • A theoretically informed definition of employment relations = the study of employment relationship Industrial Relations • Study of the employment relationship • Formal and informal Rules that regulate the employment relationship • Rule - making; But more than just rule making • It incorporates aspects of the individual employer - employee relationship • Collective bargaining by employees and their unions is important, but its not the whole story • Absence of unions or collective action does not mean employment relations disappears • It is more than sensational, collectivist and conflictive Why study industrial relations • Work is a fundamental feature of life • We are judged by what we do and in ...
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