Three Cs for facing a strike: contingency, conciliation or court

October 2010
People Management;10/14/2010, p28
The article offers tips on how employers should handle strikes conducted by their employees. Employers are recommended to prepare a continuity plan and anticipate the possibility for an industrial action to occur. Employers are advised to resolve disputes through mediation and conciliation. The article also offers information on the legal action that employers can take in the event of strikes.


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