i) The Employment Relations Act 2008 gives much prominence to Collective bargaining process as a means to regulate jointly terms and conditions of employment.
ii) What is the bargaining process as set out in Employment Relations Act 2008?
iii) describe how the State, apart from enforcing the laws, might be involved in Employee Relations.
iv) The success of collective bargaining depends on various factors. Describe with the support of five factors how a collective bargaining procedure can succeed.
(a) What are the advantages to Management for dealing with Trade Unions?
(b) What measures can be taken to restrict workers in indispensable services to take industrial action by way of a strike?
(a) You have just been appointed as the Human Resource Manager in a parastatal body and the Chief Executive Officer has requested you to submit proposals for improving industrial Relations (IR) in your organisation. Provide at least five proposals as well as describe how these would assist in building a conducive IR environment.
(b) Describe and illustrate the term “Tripartism” and what are the criticisms and complexities associated with this framework?
(a) What could be the severity of industrial disputes for employer, employee and at national level?
(b) What are the factors which could account for Industrial Disputes?