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Industrial Relations

Non-Legislative Methods of Solving Industrial Relations Conflicts

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1) Negotiation Negotiation,bargaining to try to reach a solution to the conflict.Direct negotiations between the employer and the employee. Discuss the issue.The employee may be represented by a trade union and the employer, represented by management. Each side sets out their position.They state the problem and how they want to solve it.This is called a collective agreement when they reach an agreement. This is not legally binding. The I.C.T.U helps trade unions for disputes
2) Conciliation Conciliation means that the two parties in the dispute ask an independent outsider, called a conciliator, to help solve their problems. They get the employer and employee to talk out their problems and they do anything to get them to reach an agreement. They offer them advice and guidance in the search for a possible solution to their conflict.But they don't have any power in telling them what to do.
3) Arbitration Arbitration is when the employer and the employees ask an independent person called an arbitrator,to investigate the dispute. The arbitrator listens to both sides ,investigates the dispute and gives their judgment. The employee and the employer agree in advance whether they are going to accept the ruling or not. If they agree to accept it in advance, it is a binding arbitration.
Non-Legislative Methods of Solving Industrial Relations Conflicts This means that the employer and the employees try to solve the conflicts themselves or with the help of others but without reference to the laws of Ireland or any legal agency.
Created by: Emma Plunkett
 

 



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