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Industrial relations

The different industrial relation acts

TermDefinition
Trade Union organisation which represent the interest of the employees by negotiating on behalf of them
Industrial relations the relationship between an employee and employer
Shop Steward An elected representative of trade union in the workplace
ICTU Irish congress of trade unions
Work to rule strike workers refuse to do any work not specified in their employment contract
Lightening strike workers go on strike on spur of the moment
Immunity cannot be sued as result of industrial action
secondary picketing peaceful picketing outside business partners premesis e.g supplier
trade dispute disputes between employers and employees
conciliation third party makes recommendation which can be accepted or rejected
arbitration where two parties agree in advance to dicision
discrimination treating one person less favorable than another
burden of proof the evidence which must be provided in dispute
E.A.T employment appeals tribunal
constructive dismissal employer makes it difficult for employee and worker is forced to stay out of work or leave
Created by: michael eboh