Industrial Relations Commission

Industrial Relations Commission

Industrial Relations Commissions are government courts or tribunal set up by a state or country to regulate and adjudicate on employment and industrial issues between employees and employers. These bodies are predominantly found in Australia where bodies in each of the states of that nation were set up from the early to 1900's to deal with industrial issues.

The bodies are an attempt to mitigate the effects of the common law on employment contracts between employers and employees.

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