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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Historical Role of The Australian Industrial Relations Commission
... years from 1904 to 2006 the Australian Industrial Relations Commission created Awards which set the minimum terms and conditions of employment for people who worked for certain employers ... The Australian Industrial Relations Commission would also certify enterprise bargaining agreements ... The Australian Industrial Relations Commission also registered trade unions and dealt with demarcation disputes between unions ...
Australian Fair Pay Commission
... The Australian Fair Pay Commission (AFPC) was an Australian legislative body created under the Howard Government's "WorkChoices" industrial relations law in 2006 to set the minimum rate of pay for workers ... Established to replace the wage setting functions of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission, the AFPC set and adjusted a single adult minimum wage, non-adult minimum wages (such as ... The profile of the members of this commission was different from that of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission which previously had responsibility for determining the above quantities ...
Industrial Relations Court Of South Australia - Current Judges of The Industrial Relations Court - Judges
... James Peter McCusker (January 1990) (Deputy President of the Industrial Relations Commission) Helen Webster Parsons (Deputy President of the Industrial Relations ...
Industrial Relations Commission - United States
... A reference to such a commission in the United States may be a reference to the Industrial Commission ...
Foreign Relations Of Australia
... The foreign relations of Australia have spanned from the country's time as Dominion and later Realm of the Commonwealth to become steadfastly allied with New Zealand through long-standing ... Its relations with the international community are influenced by its position as a leading trading nation and as a significant donor of humanitarian aid ... to multilateralism and regionalism, as well as to strong bilateral relations with its allies ...

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