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Essay heading: A critical review of the major opposing views on arbitration & industrial relations
 
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Unions were founded on the principle that employees on their own, without union advocates and resources are unequal in the bargaining process and prone for exploitation. The tread towards negotiations on qualitative improvements such as training and job satisfaction makes workplace industrial negotiations for the unions' even more complex, necessitating substantial support for those involved in negotiating these issues at the workplace...
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The tread towards negotiations on qualitative improvements such as training and job satisfaction makes workplace industrial negotiations for the unions' even more complex, necessitating substantial support for those involved in negotiating these issues at the workplace. A trade unions' overall aim is that of protecting and advancing the interests of their members...
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