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the relationships between employees & employers, including whether employees are happy with their pay and working conditions:
The history of industrial relations in the UK demonstrates the scope for conflict between employer và employee.

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A co-operative approach to the organization of work within the firm will improve industrial relations.
In particular, nonstatutory agreements stem from a bottom-up private sector-inspired tradition of industrial relations.
They emerge as a bottom-up process akin lớn ideas of legal pluralism và autonomy of industrial relations, rather than as a delegation of regulatory tasks.
Part three focuses on the fraught industrial relations of the waterfront và the struggles to lớn create a trade union among this casual, but skilled, workforce.
Progress towards full convertibility was a decisive step in the full politicization of industrial relations.
Pensions, social services, health care & social assistance get very short shrift in comparison with developments in trade, manufacturing, industrial relations & employment structure.
Government officials" efforts were highly contested, especially by employers, but, over time, a convergence of organizational interests in managing the new industrial relations developed.
Bargaining with unions provided the least unacceptable means of stabilizing industrial relations, và provided a means of limiting labor"s influence in the workplace.
The line to lớn be drawn was the now familiar one between industrial relations & "an arrangement within a family or social context".
State intervention in the area of industrial relations remains more pronounced than in other advanced industrial countries.
Ostensibly, the purpose of, indeed justification for, this intervention was to lớn restore healthy industrial relations.
Today there is greater reluctance lớn use labour law to fortify collective industrial relations institutions.
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