A critical review of the major opposing views on arbitration & industrial relations

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The trade union movement has long been identified with the Labour party, but trade unions seek to act politically by using their representation powers. Unions try to influence government policy regardless of which party is in power. Employee relations are associated with two things...
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Unions try to influence government policy regardless of which party is in power. Employee relations are associated with two things. The first is the "decentralised approach" and in particular enterprise productivity bargaining, which needs to be located within the field that deals with unions, wages policy, bargaining structure and the like...
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