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industrial dispute

a dispute between employers and employees or more likely the organizations representing one or both groups. The dispute should relate wholly or mainly to terms and conditions of work. See GOLDEN FORMULAE.
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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.
An employer may also raise industrial disputes if there are persistent issues that are hindering the smooth functioning of the business's operations.
"AS Members of Birmingham City Council's ruling Labour Group we are deeply concerned at the position of the Council in relation to the present industrial disputes being followed by members of Unite the Union and Unison.
The US judicial system largely borrows from this thinking on deciding matters of industrial disputes.
There were 276,000 working days lost due to industrial disputes, the sixth lowest annual total on record.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) has been embroiled in industrial disputes with five train operators, leading to strikes and other forms of industrial action.
Conciliation as a process for the settlement of industrial disputes has been in vogue in Pakistan since the day of independence.
THE number of days lost to industrial disputes almost doubled last year, partly as a result of the row between junior doctors and the Government, new figures show.
Any industrial disputes affecting the travelling public should be sorted out by ACAS and its findings should be binding.
A total of 81,000 workers involved in industrial disputes went on strike, the lowest figure since records began in 1893.
A book which tells the story of the slate industry in North Wales will be launched next week in a castle which was at the centre of one of the longest industrial disputes ever seen in British history.
ARBITRATION and conciliation service Acas has announced a new chief conciliator who takes the lead on trying to resolve high-profile industrial disputes.

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