(U1) Leaving Cert Industrial Relations

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Cause of Industrial Relations Dispute- most common
Cause of Industrial Relations Dispute where staff lose their job due to cutbacks
Cause of Industrial Relations Dispute where somebody gets upgraded in their job unfairly
Cause of Industrial Relations Dispute about who does what in a job, where peoples roles are unclear
If an employee is asked to work harder or produce more goods and services by a manager they make look forcompensation in the form of a pay increase..
Workers will often make a claim for a pay increase in an effort to keep up with general rising prices and inflation
This is where employees ask for a pay increase when they see workers from different business doing similar jobs but earning more
If one person receives a pay increase then the other person may also seek one
Type of strike with no notice given, illegal
Temporarily stopping work for a short time
Doing the least amount of work possible as part of an Industrial Dispute
Not doing any extra hours outside your contract, even if you would get paid for them
Third Party helps solve a dispute, not legally binding
Third Party helps solve a dispute, legally binding
The elected staff representative who meets with the union
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Union that represents all Trade Unions (ICTU)
Act brought in in 1990 to improve relationship between employers and employees
How many days notice must you give for an official strike?
The voting system for strikes
The employer is not allowed to sue the trade union or workers for losses made by the business due to strike action provided that they have followed the steps in the dispute
Employees and Trade Unions walking up and down outside a workplace during a strike
The court of last resourt
Set up to improve industrial relations under The Industrial Relations Act 1990
Act set up making it illegal to discriminate workers in areas such as age, race, gender etc..
The amount of grounds for discrimination
introduced to protect employees from being dismissed from the workplace for unfair reasons (1977-2015)
Pointing out to workers there errors in work, the first part of a procedure under The Unfair Dismissal Act 1977-2007
Improper behaviour of an employee, such as theft
Harassing an employee, forcing them to leave the job, illegal
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