- Despite our efforts to set up judiciary courts to preside over cases involving employers and employees embroiled in disputes with each other as well as educate ‘people’ on ways to avoid disputes with each other, why do relations between employers and employees continue to sour and such disputes tend to soar year after year? Surely, it should have made a dent to the trend by now. If not, why so? As this forces us to allocate even further public resources to it the following year!
- Think how much money we have poured (country after country) to ‘douse the flames and put out the smoke’ after thirty, forty, fifty years of working at our industrial relation efforts. Has that been little amount of money?
- So why do things not change?
- Will it get better? Or can it get worse?
Why do things happen that way? Why are such trends resisting our efforts to control it (for the sake of up-liftment of our economies, we would argue)?