industrial dispute definition

industrial dispute means any dispute or difference between employers and employers, or between employers and workmen, or between workmen and workmen, which is connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment or with the conditions of labour, of any person;
industrial dispute means any dispute between an employer and one or more workers or between workers and workers which relates to the terms and conditions of employment, the physical condition in which workers are required to work, the employment and non- employment or termination or suspension of employment of one or more workers and the social and economic interests, of the workers but does not include any matter concerning the interpretation of this Act, a collective agreement or contract of employment or any matter which by agreement between the parties to a collective agreement
industrial dispute means any dispute or difference between employers and employers or between employers and workmen or between workmen and workmen which is connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment or the conditions of work of any person, and is not in respect of the enforcement of such right guaranteed or accrued to him by or under any law other than the Act, or any award or settlement for the time being in force;

Examples of industrial dispute in a sentence

  • If an employee or group of employees believe that there is an unreasonable allocation of work leading to employees being overloaded with work, the parties may institute the Industrial Dispute Resolution processes as set out in clause 21.4 of the SMOEA.

  • It is usually the employer who requests derogations from the local RCN Industrial Dispute and Strike Committee.

  • This will then be discussed with the local RCN Industrial Dispute and Strike Committee and derogations may be agreed with exemptions from industrial action being given to RCN members to ensure delivery of life preserving services.

  • Generally the picket will be attended by RCN members who would otherwise be at work but are taking part in strike action.Attendance at or near your place of work for the purpose of peaceful picketing is not illegal and management cannot prevent you from doing it.To facilitate peaceful picketing at workplaces, RCN members who want to take part in a picket during strike action should contact their local RCN Industrial Dispute and Strike Committee for details of their local picket.

  • RCN members should approach their local Industrial Dispute and Strike Committee and/or local RCN representatives for advice and guidance.


More Definitions of industrial dispute

industrial dispute means a dispute, or a threatened, impending or probable dispute, about an industrial matter (and an industrial dispute does not come to an end only because the parties, or some of them, cease to be in the relationship of employer and employee);
industrial dispute means a dispute between one or more employers or organizations representing employers and one or more workers or organizations representing workers, and –
industrial dispute includes a strike, stop-work, boycott or lockout.
industrial dispute means a dispute or claim with regard to or affecting the conditions of employment of Correctional Officers.
industrial dispute includes a strike, stop-work, boycott or lockout. “Insolvency Event” means in relation to a Party:
industrial dispute means any dispute or difference between an employer and employee or between employers and employees or between employees and employees and which is connected with any industrial matter;
industrial dispute means any dispute or difference between an employer and workman or between employers and workmen or between workmen and workmen connected with the employment or non-employment or the terms of employment, or with the conditions of labour or the termination of the services, or the reinstatement in service of any person and for the purpose of this definition “workmen” includes a trade union consisting of workmen”.