Industrial Relations: Strikes and Employee Satisfaction
Workplace relationships invariably involve conflict. Because there are different perspectives on what constitutes conflict, it can be conveyed in a wide variety of ways. One of the most basic decisions employees have to make when experiencing dissatisfaction is whether or not they should express their discontent. Some conflict can be expressed individually, or collectively.
Strike activity has declined dramatically in the past few years in Australia. However, that does not essentially mean that workers are generally satisfied with their pay and conditions. Although strike is seen being synonymous with industrial conflict, removing it does not necessary mean a decline in conflict. Strike is the most common and most visible expression, but conflict with the employers may also take a more covert form such as absenteeism or sabotage.
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