Last week, Gove was accused of misrepresenting his role in one of Scotland's most infamous industrial disputes
by the mentor who helped start his career in journalism.
The Industrial Relations Ordinance, 1969, defines the industrial dispute
as follows: 'industrial dispute
means any dispute or difference between employers and employers or between employers and workmen or between workmen and workmen, which is connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment or the conditions of work of any person, and is not in respect of the enforcement of such right guaranteed or secured to him by or under any law '.
ABirmingham City Council spokesperson said: "The cost of the industrial dispute
last year is well documented, having been reported at November's full council meeting and the subject of a number of articles in publications including the Birmingham Mail.
Nevertheless, under the provisions of the Industrial Dispute
Ordinance, 1959, a second law governing the process of settlement and adjudication of industrial disputes
in Pakistan, a well nigh perfect reformation was ushered in and it was imperative on the conciliator to embark upon the conciliation process notwithstanding the distinction of the nature of the service under fermentation17.
He said: "If there is some kind of industrial dispute
then the council should be telling councillors.
Due to industrial dispute
(protest by PIA unions) six PIA flights were delayed yesterday as protesters entered the main data centre at PIA headquarters pulling out cables and shutting down computer systems, the spokesman said.
Sending the Conciliation File to Adjudicator: It is a fact that the conciliation file of the industrial dispute
contains some useful data that can be helpful in understanding the nuances of the case by the presiding officer of tribunal/labor court concerned.
Various aspects of the government's industrial relations record were criticised; however this paper seeks to focus on the government's record with respect to industrial disputes
Qantas Airways sparred with unions at a second labour tribunal on Sunday after Australia's prime minister called for an end to the industrial dispute
that grounded the airline's entire fleet.
I'm actually taking the bold decision, an unbelievable decision, a very hard decision, to ground this airline." PM Gillard said the government only rarely asked the regulator to intervene in industrial disputes
, but had decided to do so on this occasion because it "could have implications for our national economy".
Referring to a study of news bulletins, he said: "Whenever there was an industrial dispute
, workers would 'demand' and 'threaten' while employers would 'offer' and 'plead'.