3DefinitionIndustrial Relations is concerned with the relations between organized workers, management and state (which is a government institution) as it relates to the workplace.
4DefinitionIt can also be described as a science seeking to understand industrial conflict and to develop a role for its effective operation within the working environment.
5The focus of Industrial Relations It is concerned with the establishment of an orderly and safe workplace.What would happen if there is no Industrial Relations System?
6The focus of Industrial Relations What would happen if there is no Industrial Relations System?Establish Fair PracticesOrganizations may not be able toResolved DisputesRetain Worker LoyaltyAchieve its Goal
7The focus of Industrial Relations Main Focus:- bring management and workers to agree on:Their respective rights and dutiesA set of rules and procedures that are to be applied in the workplace.
8The focus of Industrial Relations Poor relationship and lack of trust can create disharmony and increase the likelihood of conflictWhen IR works well, the business is more likely to be successful
9The Importance of Industrial Relations IR is important because:-We all have to work in some workplaceProper IR skills creates a better work environment.Production will not be disturbed unnecessarily
10The Importance of Industrial Relations IR is important because:-Organization will make more profits so that they can:Pay better salariesImprove working conditionsBecause IR’s importance it has become an academic discipline taught in academic institutions and to professionals
11The Growth of Industrial Relations IR has grown from:-Industrial Revolution where several organizations were managed by ownersTo large complex organizations with hundreds and thousands of employees managed by several owners.
12The focus of Industrial Relations Industrial Relations Systemdoes not operate in a vacuumReligious SectorPolitical SystemIndustrial Relations SystemEconomic SystemSocial System