Institutional aspects of labour-management relations inside undertakings in Asia

record of proceedings of and contributions submitted to an Asian Regional seminar (Kandy, 19-30 April 1965) by International Labour Office.

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  • Industrial relations -- Asia.
  • Edition Notes

    StatementInternational Labour Office.
    SeriesLabour-management relations series -- no. 26., Labour-management relations series -- 26.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, [ii], 225 p. ;
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15047102M

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  The article translated below was written by Yoshida Yutaka, emeritus professor at Hitotsubashi University, for a edited volume on various aspects of the battlefield experience of Japanese soldiers during the Asia-Pacific War. 1 Since then, Yoshida has expanded his work on the topic into a full-length book, which was published in under. the arena of labour management relations. The paper examines the relevant legislations such as the Pension Reform Act , the Trade Unions (Amendment) Act , the National Industrial Court Act , the Employees Compensation Act and the Constitution (Third Alteration) Act, The judicial decisions on. Over half a century, the federal law of labor relations has developed out of four basic statutes into an immense body of cases and precedent regulating the formation and governance of labor unions and the relationships among employers, unions, and union members. Like antitrust law, labor law is a complex subject that has spawned a large class. The study of tbe employment relation has always held a somewhat ambiguous position within the field of economics. The nature of labour market adjustment processes and unique aspects of the employment relation have posed problems for standard economic theories .

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