CH4: RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS

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1. S.4(1) IRA 1967 stated the rights of employees and employers

1.1. No person shall interfere, restrain or coerce an employees or an employer

1.2. -right to form TU -right to join TU -right to take part in its lawful activities

2. General Responsibilities of employees, employer and TU

2.1. The responsibilities are implicit in the prohibition outlined in Sec 4(2)&(3) IRA1967.

2.2. the prohibition against any interference or any restrain

2.3. coercion in respect and exercise of the rights

2.4. the employers or employees by any person.

2.5. S.4(2) stated the prohibition against any interference with the establishment or the administration or the functioning of that TU.

2.6. S.4(3) to place the employees union under their control.

3. Definition Resposibilities:

3.1. - Responsibilities can be said as the duties that must be fulfilled by the employer, employees as well as their trade union.

3.2. - The responsibilities of those parties can be categorized into general and specific responsibilities.

3.2.1. The responsibilities of those parties can be

3.2.2. categorized into general and specific

3.2.3. responsibilities.

4. EMPLOYER PROHIBITED ACTS:

4.1. S.5 (1) IRA 1967 stated that employers

4.1.1. a) imposing a condition in a contract of employment which restrain the rights of a person to join or continue to be a member of TU.

4.1.2. b) refusing to employ a person because he is or he is not a member or an officer of TU

4.1.3. c) discriminating against a person as regards to employment or promotion or any condition of employment or working conditions because he is or he is not a member or an officer of TU.

4.1.4. d) dismissing an employees or injuring him in his employment or altering his position to his prejudice because the employees wishes to become a member or an officer of a TU,

4.1.5. e) inducing a person not to become or stop from being a member or an officer of a TU by offering any forms of advantages on or for any person or by offering to do so.

5. Nevertheless

5.1. According to S.5(2)(a) employer can refuse to employ a person if workers do “proper cause” such as transfer from company A to B.

5.2. requiring that employees upon his appointment or promotion to a “managerial position” shall stop to be or not to become a member or an officer of a TU.

5.3. S.5(2)(c) requiring that any employees employed in confidential capacity in matters relating to staff relations shall stop to be or not to become a member or an officer of a TU.

6. EMPLOYEES PROHIBITED ACTS

6.1. S.7 IRA 1967 prohibits employees and their TU

6.1.1. a) persuading employees to join or not to join a TU without employer’s consent, at his place of business and during working hours.

6.1.2. b) Intimidating / threatening a person to become or not to become or continue to be or stop being a member or an officer of a TU.

6.1.3. c) inducing a person not to become or to stop being a member of an officer of a TU by confer or procuring any advantage on or for any reason or even offering to do so.