This book presents empirical evidence on the significance of the role of the Nigerian state in collective conciliation. It reveals how the attitude of the state is perceived by trade unions and management during employment relations particularly; its disposition towards the review of regulations and its enforcement as well as its impact on the process and outcomes of collective conciliation. One of the major findings of this research is that the elitist and conservative attitude of the Nigerian state can be attributed to failure to review its obsolete labour laws. This gives trade unions and management the impression that the attitude of the state towards labour and management relations has had a negative effect on the promotion of good industrial relations and sustenance of the nation’s economy.
|Publisher||Lambert Academic Publishing|
|Number of pages||60|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Aug 2017|