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The term "industrial relations" has developed both a broad and a narrow meaning. Originally, industrial relations was broadly defined to include the totality of relationships and interactions between employers and employees. From this perspective, industrial relations covers all aspects of the employment relationship, including human resource (or personnel) management, employee relations, and union-management (or labor) relations. Since the mid-twentieth century, however, the term has increasingly taken on a narrower, more restricted interpretation that largely equates it with unionized employment relationships. In ...
Attorney General (AG) Jane Ansah risks being in contempt of court in the case in which Malawi’s former ambassador to Japan Dr John Chikago sued the government for unlawful dismissal. This comes after the Industrial Relations Court overturned the AG’s request to set aside an earlier judgment which the court ordered the government to pay Chikago about MK4m as terminal benefits. Chikago sued the government for unfair and unlawful termination of employment, seeking damages for breach of contract and unfair labor practices. However, the state through the AG asked the court to set aside a ... Read More
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