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Industrial Relations

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katelin byrne

on 8 December 2015

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Transcript of Industrial Relations

Industrial Relations
Pay Claims
Comparability claim
- Other employees doing smilar work get a pay rise

Relativity claim
- Pay is related to other employees in different jobs

E.g TDs & civil servants

Productivity claim
- Compensation for having to work harder or cope with change

Cost of living

- Employees cant afford to live on the wages they get
Non legislative
Negotiation is the process of bargaining to try reach a mutually acceptable solution to the conflict
Both parties sit down together to discuss the issue, the employees may be represented by their trade union
Each side sets out its positions, the discussion the issue and try to reach a solution that they can both accept
Employees will be happier in their work
More likely to stay in their job
(labour turnover,abseenteism)
The employer will delgate work to the employee because she trusts them
The relationship between employers & employees

Good industrial Relations means
Causes of industrial relations conflicts
Low pay
Poor working conditions

(Without reference to the laws of Ireand & legal agencys)
(Referring to the laws of ireland & legal agencys)
Industrial Reltions Act, 1990
Labour Relations Commissions
Labour Court
Unfair dismissals Act
Employment Equality Ac, 1998
Means that the two parties in a dispute ask a independent outsider,called a concilliator encourages both sides to meet and talk out their problems
She acts as a facilitator and offers them advuce and guidance
When the employer and employees ask an independent person called an arbitrator,to investigate the dispute and make a ruling, like a judge, to solve the problem
Industrial Relations Act, 1990
1. Trade Dispute
A dispute between employers & employees in connection with the employers & employees in connection with the employment of employees & the terms & conditions of the job
2. Secret Ballot & week's Notice
The following are the provisions:
If employees want to go on strike, they must first:
Have a secret ballot (Private vote)
Give their employer one week notice
3. Primary Picketing
Primary picketing involves the employees protesting outside their employer's business premises,they often carry placards
4. Secondary Picketing
This means that employees protest outsie another employers premises.They can only do this if the other employer is helping their boss to break their strike
5. Immunity
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