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Case studies of industrial disputes by Charles John Scully

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Published .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1946.

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Pagination77 pages
Number of Pages77
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Open LibraryOL26194512M
OCLC/WorldCa7960408

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Online Case Study: The Anatomy of a Strike – British Airways and Unite. The industrial dispute between British Airways and Unite (the UK general union with over two million members) in the spring of provides a fascinating insight into the anatomy of an industrial dispute involving not only an employer and its employees, but also the government, political parties, customers and the media.   Outcomes of Industrial Disputes. The consequences of an industrial dispute are hazardous to the employer, employees, organization, society and the economy. However, it is taken as a useful tool by the workers, to raise their voice and put up their demands in . This book addresses the issues of arbitration within a realistic case study environment. Eight cases of voluntary arbitration of industrial disputes are covered, each is self-contained and provides a unique insight into the details and workings of the arbitration process. The cases are supported by the appropriate documents, eg. agreements Author: J A Kennerley. • Each chapter starts with a case study written in a story style for a better grasp of the chapter. • Provides Case Studies to illustrate the theories discussed. • Two Appendices at the end of the book provide the complete text of Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, , and Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, Reviews: 3.

Industrial Disputes Act,japanese ambassador * This caselet is intended for use only in class discussions. ** More comprehensive case studies are priced at .   Case study of toyata industrial dispute 1. Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt Ltd is a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation of Japan (with Kirloskar Group as a minority owner), for the manufacture and sales of Toyota cars in India. Type - Joint venture Founded - 6 October Chairman - Mr. Naomi Ishii Headquarters- Bangalore, Karnataka. As per the Industrial Disputes Act, there should be prior notice to be given before going for strike which was absent and which makes the strike illegal. On June 10th The Haryana Govt. declared it as an illegal strike but which was still continued. On June 17th the strike was called of in the labour court. Much before the assault case, Bata's chronically restive factory at Batanagar had always plagued by labor strife. In , the factory was closed for four and a half months. In , Bata entered into a 3-year bipartite agreement with the workers, represented by the t strong BMU, which also had the West Bengal government as a signatory.

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