International Differences with Industrial Relations from Australia and India with the Criteria How Appropriate for Indian System Is for Modern Industry and Commerce.

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Name- Aju Kuruvilla THOMAS

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International differences with Industrial relations from Australia and India with the criteria how appropriate for Indian system is for modern industry and commerce.


1. Introduction

2. Transition economies

3. Globalization

4. Industrialization policies

5. Scope of Bargaining

6. Employer responses and Implications for Industrial Relations

7. Management and Industrial Relations

8. Political impact on Industrial relations

9. HR management responsibilities of Industrial relations both Australia and India

10. Migration

11. Conclusion

12. References

1. Introduction:

In comparative industrial relations there are contrasting views and topics covered when comparing and contrasting India and Australia. This paper considers how appropriate the industrial relations is for modern system and commerce in the Indian system. Industrial relations seem in both Australia and India to have been developed significantly with the recent years in their development in this modern society as well as in the academic field. In industrialized countries, the Industrial Relations System and the Law of the century should be considered plus the position of unequal bargaining between employees and management thus close attention should be paid to revising the guidelines and the systems.

Freedom of association and collective bargaining, mainly by the imbalance in the respective positions are fixed within the systems and has been amongst the standards agreed to within the International Labour Organisation. In 1998, the 86th International Labour Conference adopted the Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. This declaration contains four fundamental policies:[9]  Rights at Work.( International Labour Organization. 1998. Retrieved 18/4/14)

1. The right of workers to associate freely and bargain collectively;