Industrial Disputes in Hrm

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Lesson: 36
Title: One step further: Industrial disputes Topics to be covered: • • • • • • • Definition Parties to Industrial disputes Severity or Effects Weapons used by labour Weapons used by management Causes Living without disputes: Measures to improve Industrial Relations

Today we are going to discuss the concept of Industrial Dispute. We will also be studying the severity of disputes, What is a dispute for you? It is a conflict, clash of ideas, a disagreement etc. New let us understand a dispute from an industrial point of view. The definition of Industrial disputes is as follows: According to Section 2(k) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 "industrial dispute" is defined as, "Any disputes or differences between employers and employers, or between employers and workmen, or between workmen and workmen, which is connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment or with the conditions of labour, of any person." Does this sound very confusing? Let me simplify this for you. Let us understand that the definition identifies three parties to disputes. They are: (i) Employers and Employers (ii) Employers and Workmen (iii) Workmen and Workmen

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Industrial dispute is disagreement and difference between two disputants, namely, labour and management. This disagreement or difference could be on any matter concerning them individually or collectively. It must be connected with employment or non-employment or with the conditions of labour. I hope you have understood. It should also be noted that, the subject- matter of an industrial dispute must be specific, i.e., which affects the relationship of employers and…...

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