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industrial relations consequences arising from pre-strike balloting legislation

Roberts, John

industrial relations consequences arising from pre-strike balloting legislation

by Roberts, John

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Dissertation (M.A.) - University of Warwick, 1988.

StatementJohn Roberts.
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Open LibraryOL13922428M

Holding an Industrial Action Ballot. 9: Following an Industrial Action Ballot. If the Union Decides to Authorise or Endorse Industrial Action. Dealing with “Flashpoints” Picketing During Industrial Action. Appointment of Picket Supervisor under Section A of the Act . The Labor-Management Relations Act (LMRA) contained explicit provisions obligating the union to represent fairly all bargaining unit employees. The industrial relations representative. granted to a labor union by the federal government that indicates that the union has been selected by secret ballot of employees to be the exclusive.

Litigation arising out of Brexit Within any employee population there will be a range of sensitivities to the referendum outcome. The Equality Act provides a legal framework of protections for workers from discrimination and harassment on the grounds of the protected characteristics of race (nationality) and the rather more esoteric. THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT Act 67/ ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I – PRELIMINARY 1. 1. Short title. 2. 2. Interpretation. 3. 3. Application of Act. PART II – REGISTRATION OF TRADE UNIONS 4. 4. Register of trade unions. 5. 5. Registration of trade unions. 6. 6. Application for registration. 7. 7. Objections to registration.

  Breach is a criminal offence with potentially serious consequences. However, the prohibition does not apply to: Using the employer's own workers to .   The Code of Practice on Industrial Action Ballots and Notices, and sections 22 and 25 of the Employment Relations Act , which concern industrial action notices, commenced on 1 October Legislation was enacted in the aftermath of the police strikes, forbidding British police from both taking industrial action, and discussing the.


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Industrial relations consequences arising from pre-strike balloting legislation by Roberts, John Download PDF EPUB FB2

1. INTRODUCTION. Inthe UK Parliament passed the Trade Union Act (TU Act ) which, among other things, introduced new quorum and approval requirements for pre-strike ballots conducted by trade unions under the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act (TULRCA).

1 TULRCA now requires that in a postal ballot to approve proposed strike action, 50% of Author: Breen Creighton, Catrina Denvir, Richard Johnstone, Shae McCrystal, Alice Orchiston. The Employment Relations Act introduces a new provision which changes the length and scope of the “protected” period for industrial action.

For industrial action commencing on or after 6 Aprilthe length of protected industrial action is extended from eight to twelve Size: KB. Workplace relations in Australia, including requirements relating to the use of industrial action in the context of enterprise bargaining, are governed by the Fair Work Act (Cth) (FW Act).

Strike, collective refusal by employees to work under the conditions required by employers. Strikes arise for a number of reasons, though principally in response to economic conditions (defined as an economic strike and meant to improve wages and benefits) or labour practices (intended to improve work conditions).

Other strikes can stem from sympathy with other striking unions or from. The requirement to have a secret ballot prior to establishing a legally protected strike is now law in South Africa, generating some speculation about whether it will help temper strike intensity.

For Australian industrial relations, no major legislation was passed and few significant judgements were handed down inbut several inquiries held over the course of the year and the. SECTION 58 Industrial Relations Regulations [1st January, ] 1.

These Regulations may be cited as the Industrial Relations Regulations. A certificate of registration of a trade union shall be in Form 1 of Schedule 1. The return which is required to be submitted by a trade union under section 32 of the Act shall be in Form 2 of Schedule 1. We have a strong and established team who have dealt with some of the toughest industrial relations cases for both employers and trade unions.

By way of example, in Devereux provided counsel for both Unite and British Airways in the high-profile industrial dispute involving cabin crew members. In order to assess how far the law on balloting democratizes or inhibits the taking of industrial action this paper will look at the background to the law on industrial action, examine the current legislation on balloting and associated case law, both domestic and international.

Background to industrial relations law in the United Kingdom. The Office of Registrar of Labour Relations says it is now illegal to embark on a strike action before conducting a secret ballot of members.

In February the Office of Registrar of Labour Relations issued a notice in which he appealed to the trade unions, federations and employer organisations to use the transitional provisions in the amended Labour Relations Act (LRA) to effect.

Court means the Industrial Relations Court of Australia constituted under Part XIV of the Act. cross-claim includes a counter-claim, cross-action, set-off, and third party claim. directions hearing means a directions hearing appointed in an application pursuant to Order 4, and except for the purposes of computation of time within which acts.

INDUSTRIAL AND LABOUR RELATIONS. An Act to revise the law relating to the formation of trade unions and employers' representative organisations, including the formation of federations of trade unions and federations of employers organisations, recognition and collective agreemebts, settlement of disputes, strikes, lockouts, essential services and the Tripartite Labour Consultative Council; the.

An Act relating to the prevention and settlement of certain industrial disputes, and for other purposes [Assented to 8 November ] BE IT ENACTED by the Queen, and the Senate and the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Australia, as follows: PART I—PRELIMINARY.

Short title. This Act may be cited as the Industrial Relations. How legal industrial action is organised, picketing and the law and what your employment rights when you are on strike Taking part in industrial action and strikes: Holding a ballot - Skip.

industrial action. It is intended to be a guide to those who engage or want to engage in collective bargaining or who seek to resolve disputes of mutual interest by mediation, conciliation, arbitration or as a means of last resort, industrial action.

(2) Any person interpreting the Labour Relations Act, 66 of (Act) must take this Code into. strike ballot: Secret ballot conducted among the members of a union to determine whether to go on a strike, and decided by a clear majority. In most jurisdictions, (1) both the intention to proceed with the strike ballot and the strike itself must be communicated to the employer at least seven days before proceeding with the either, and (2).

The vote must be conducted in accordance with the Labour Relations Regulation. This regulation requires the party conducting the vote to appoint a returning officer. It also sets out the form of ballot to be used which reads: "Are you in favour of a strike/lockout.

Yes_____ No_____". 1 Short title. This Act may be cited as the Industrial Relations Act 2 Commencement (1) Chap part 8, other than the following provisions, commences on assent— (a) sections to ; (b) sections to ; (c) section ; (d) sectionto the extent it inserts new section (2) The remaining provisions of this Act commence on a day to be fixed by proclamation.

More commonly, the number of working days lost is used as a more accurate measure of industrial action. Figures from the department’s annual industrial action report show that, over a year. Search the site. You are here. Home» Documents» Notices. Indonesia. Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia’s culture, history, government, economy, and society.

It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book .But this weapon when misused can lead to penal consequences.

Section 24 of the Industrial Dispute Act, lays down grounds which make the Strike and Lockout illegal. Section 26 to Section 31 of the Industrial Dispute Act provides for the punishment and penalties for Illegal Strike and Lockout. 2) Definition of Strike. The Industrial Relations (Amendment) act and the Industrial Relations (Miscellaneous Provisions) act introduced a departure into Irish law from the voluntarist system of resolving disputes by giving the Labour Court the power to make binding determinations on pay and conditions of employment regardless of the views of the parties.