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Industrial Relations Management has become one of the most delicate and complex problems of modern society. According to Dale Yoder “industrial relations is the process of management dealing with one or more unions intending to negotiate and subsequently administer collective bargaining agreement or labour contract”.

However, industrial progress is impossible without Labour Management Cooperation. It is therefore in the interest of both Labour (unions) and management to create and maintain good relations by learning the basic principles and continuously following on modern developing trends and information available on adrdaily.com for an enhanced industrial relations management.

Proactive negotiation prevents labour unrest

Avoid COVID-19 labour disputes through proactive negotiation

 An Industrial Relations Practitioner, Bright Sconi has recommended the use of proactive negotiation as an effective tool to prevent or resolve disputes that may...
The management members, executives of the PMSU and the consultants

Golden Exotics increases salary for workers

In spite of the financial challenges facing manufacturing firms due to the economic effect of COVID-19, Golden Exotics Limited, a leading Ghanaian producer and...
Mr Edem Agbegbor (right), Mr Austin Gamey (second right) and Ziad Ofali (left) and Sika Addo (third right) signing the CA

Telecom workers sign Collective Agreement with 4 firms

After eight months of multi-party negotiations and arbitration, the Collective Agreement for technical workers in Ghana’s telecommunication industry has been concluded. Subsequently, the Telecom and...
All health workers are at risk

COVID-19: Anaesthetists demand inclusion in “Frontline Health Workers”

Government has been asked to classify all health workers, including  Anaesthetists, as “Frontline Health Workers” in the country’s fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. The Ghana...
The pandemic is adversely affecting industries

COVID-19: Gov’t works out GH¢ 1billion stimulus package for industry

Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta says government is ready with a stimulus package of one billion cedis for industry and citizens as the country...
HR Managers, Union Leaders trained to prevent labour unrest

HR Managers, Union Leaders trained to prevent labour unrest

In a quest to enhance industrial peace across the country, human resource managers, industrial relations officers and labour union leaders in key sectors of...
JUSAG is demanding a salary review

Judicial Staff nationwide strike bites

Courtrooms across the country remain closed as an indefinite strike action by the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) enters its second day. As...
The teachers want to bargain more

B.C. teachers’ union rejects mediator recommendations

(VANCOUVER) The BC Teachers’ Federation has rejected recommendations by a government-appointed mediator, seeking more bargaining sessions to replace a contract that expired at the end...
Ms Philipa Larsen, President of GNAT

NTC to meet teacher unions over license fees impasse

The National Teaching Council (NTC) says it has agreed to meet teacher unions to find an amicable solution to agitations by teachers against the...
JUSAG threatens strike over salary review

JUSAG threatens strike over salary review

The National Executive Council of the  Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has directed its members across the country to put on red-arm...
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