Industrial relation refers to a relationship between the employers and employees.
Industrial relation definition
Industrial relation refers to a relationship between the employers and employees. It also refers to a field of study that examines these types of relationships, especially groups of workers in unions.
The employers are represented by management and employees are represented by unions. There's also a third party involved, the government which acts in the interests of the employees by enacting various legislation.
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