Job Seeker Handbook
6.1 What Is a Dispute?
- A dispute being referred to as trade dispute under the Industrial Relations Act 1967 means any disagreement between the employer and workman or employee which is connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment or the conditions of work of such workman or employee leading to industrial action.
- The Industrial Relations Act 1967 governs the relationship between employers and workmen or employees and their trade unions and generally deals with trade disputes.
6.2 The Industrial Relations Act 1967 Provides >>
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