Chapter 11 – Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation, 2nd Edition

Chapter 11

 

1. This is not a legalistic definition of ‘strike’. A legalistic definition has per force to be more exact and restrictive.

2. Millis, H.A. and Montgomery, R.E. (1945). The Economics of Labour, Vol III. Organised Labour. New York: McGraw – Hill Book Company, pp.700–01

3. Dankert, C.E. (1948). Contemporary Unionism in the Unites States. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 389

4. Dankert, C.E. (1948). Contemporary Unionism in the Unites States. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 392

5. Government formed by a coalition of left-oriented political parties under the leadership of Communist Party of India (Marxist).

6. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 328

7. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 328

8. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 328

9. Government of India, Ministry of Labour (1969). Report of the National Commission on Labour, p. 328

10. Cunnison, J. (1930). Labour Organization. London: Pitman & Sons, p. 31

11. Hindustan Times (daily), Patna issue, 7 August 2003, p. 1