STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY TRADE UNIONS IN ENHANCING PUBLIC SECTOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN ZIMBABWE.


AUTHORS: Mataba Augustine Torayi




Volume:2

Issue: 5

Page: 12-22


Received:14-Feb-2022

Accepted:04-May-2022


ABSTRACT:This study sought to highlight strategies adopted by trade unions in enhancing public sector industrial relations In Zimbabwe. Trade unions exist to improve the economic well-being of employees in a company. One way to gauge union commitment is members' desire to put forth effort on behalf of the union (Angrave, Charlwood, & Greenwood, 2017). In today's world of perpetual change, no organization can afford to stay the same. Organizations must constantly refresh and reinvent themselves in order to remain relevant and effective. This is also true for trade unions, which have faced various challenges in recent years, such as globalization, global economic crises, and a shifting labour market. This truth has also been noted by certain keen observers of the labour movement.“Unions must reinvent themselves if they are to survive this power crisis,” writes Tattersall (2010, p. 2).The most valuable asset of any organization is its human capital. A variety of things influence its level of success. Its level of success is dependent on building a work atmosphere that recognizes that everyone has a different reason for working, and that their incentive to be the best derives from being praised for a job well done by others they like. This critical analysis examines the measures that trade unions might use to improve public sector industrial relations in Zimbabwe. This study critical outlines the strategies that can be adopted by trade unions in enhancing public sector industrial relations in Zimbabwe.


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