Industrial relations

THE 28 per cent of people who feel Government should not be involved in industrial disputes as revealed by the Tebbutt-Times poll (FT 24/3) is a matter of disquiet.

Tripartism involves three major participants; Government as referee and provider of employment laws, workers reps or unions, workers. This is reinforced by Dunlop in industrial relations theory.

I’m glad 51 per cent feel Government should get involved.