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industrial dispute


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industrial dispute

industrial dispute

industrial dispute

industrial dispute

industrial dispute

industrial dispute

industrial dispute

Settlement of Disputes Between Parties from Developing and Industrial Countries

KERR, Andrew Stevenson (1918 - 1994), arbitrator in industrial relations disputes, retired 1993

LLOYD, James Monteith (1911 - 1995), Deputy Chairman, Industrial Disputes Tribunal, Jamaica, 1976–78

From Batons to Negotiated Management: The Transformation of Policing Industrial Disputes in Australia

Trade Disputes and Industrial Action Ballots in the Twenty‐First Century

ARMSTRONG-JONES, Ronald Owen Lloyd (1899 - 1966), QC 1954; DL; Lord Chancellor’s Visitor (Legal), 1955–63, retd; Appointed Member of Industrial Disputes Tribunal, 1956

ATA Construction, Industrial and Trading Company v Jordan, Award, ICSID Case No ARB/08/2, IIC 430 (2010), 12th May 2010, despatched 18th May 2010, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

ATA Construction, Industrial and Trading Company v Jordan, Decision on Interpretation and Request for Provisional Measures, ICSID Case No ARB/08/2, IIC 482 (2011), 28th February 2011, despatched 7th March 2011, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

ATA Construction, Industrial and Trading Company v Jordan, Order taking note of the discontinuance of the proceeding (annulment proceeding), ICSID Case No ARB/08/2, IIC 500 (2011), despatched 11th July 2011, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

 

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A disagreement between employees and employers concerning pay, hours of work, working conditions, manning levels, or job security. Industrial disputes may be settled by conciliation, that is discussion; by arbitration by some third party agreed on by both sides or prescribed by law; or by industrial action, including overtime bans, go-slows, or in the last resort strikes or lock-outs. The employees may be organized by trade unions; employers may negotiate separately or via employers' associations.

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