Trade unions-human resource management, HR Management

Trade unions

Trade unions are formed by interested employees who get enough signatures from co-workers to hold an election. Trade unions are mainly started to deal with labour relations for unionisable employees.

In the formation and management of trade unions is regulated by the government through the registrar of trade unions to whom they are required to submit annual returns.

Trade unions are formed with certain objectives:

•    presenting the problems of workers to management
•    improving the working conditions of workers through bargaining
•    protection of workers against victimization
•    ensuring workers job security
•    regulating working conditions between workers and management and
•    Maintaining industrial calm and peace, stopping wild cat strikes.

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