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Disputes Resolution through Social Dialogue: Evidence from Nigerian Organizations

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 52 Issue 1

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: OBISI Chris | Author(s) Affiliation: Faculty of Buss Admin,Dept of Industrial Relations & Personnel Mgt,Univ.of Lagos,Akoka,Yaba,Nigeria
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Abstract

Social dialogue tries to create an objective process of bargaining in order to protect the interest of the organization which includes employers, employees and the environment. It would be useful to examine in depth the relevant components of the social dialogue and how they have imparted positively to the development of harmonious industrial relations in the country. This study takes data from a 280 sample size drawn from a population of 500 employees selected from 10 companies in Lagos state. It found out a significant relationship between collective process and success. It was recommended that employers and employees along with the government should consistently engage in a social dialogue process to improve the working conditions of labor and industrial harmony in the country.

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