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relationships. Frequently the term is used in a narrower sense, for employment relationships involving collective representation of employees in the form of a labor union or employee association, especially in the United States. At the other extreme, industrial relations has been defined by Thomas A. Kochan, in his book Collective Bargaining and Industrial Relations, as "all aspects of people at work," but there are clearly some aspects of people at work that entail highly technical subjects (e.g., industrial hygiene, ergonomics) which are not normally regarded as falling ...
GOVERNMENT wants former Speaker of the House of Representatives Nizam Mohammed to be the new chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), sources revealed yesterday. Sources also said the names of prospective PSC members, sent to Parliament by President George Maxwell Richards have all been rejected with the exception of Jacqueline Cheeseman, who served in the last commission. The term of the commission expired last Wednesday and Newsday understands the names of the persons chosen for the new commission will be debated in Parliament next Friday. There is no sitting of the ... Read More
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