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Labor relations are laws that govern the relationship between an employee, the employer and the unions. The labor relation laws have helped the development of unions that are a source of collective bargaining for the employees. labor relations have helped in the development of unions; This is through policy setting and laying down of the guidelines towards the development of these unions. They also set standards under which the unions should operate as well as making the unions have a legal framework for follow up. Through the labor relations the unions are recognized and are assigned rights and duties within which to operate this has enhanced their development.
On the other hand some labor relations laws may hinder the development of unions. This is seen in cases where the policies and directives are too difficult to meet. In other countries the labor relation laws may also limit the number of unions to be developed. In this case the labor relation laws will hinder the development of other unions.
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