Conciliation in Industrial Disputes


Conciliation in Industrial Disputes 
Author International Labour Office
Title Conciliation in Industrial Disputes
A Practical Guide
9221010074 / 978-9221010074  
Publisher International Labour Office
Switzerland 1973
No of Pages 133

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This guide has been prepared with a view to helping developing countries in their efforts to promote the orderly settlement of industrial disputes through conciliation. Its aim is to meet the needs not only of professional or full-time conciliators but also of industrial relations officers, labour officers or labour inspectors, if conciliation is among their duties, by suggesting forms of behaviour, approaches and attitudes that will enable them to carry out their functions more effectively.

The guide is intended to be of use to conciliators working in different countries and under different national conditions, and is based on contributions prepared by high-level mediators and conciliators from the United Kingdom and the United States as well as on information derived by the ILO from the findings of a number of regional seminars and from more immediate sources.

The book is primarily designed for use as teaching material for the training of newly appointed conciliators and as a guide for working conciliators who have not had previous training.

Donated by: Nelson Neocleus


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