Employment Relations and Social Dialogue
DWLSDI provides information and analysis of the development of industrial relations, labour law and social dialogue to practitioners and policy makers, trade union, employer associations, government departments and organisations (social partners). These are to promote negotiation, consultation, co-operation and exchange of information. Issues such as pay, working time, restructuring, new forms of work, collective bargaining, and industrial action are given prominence to promote effective dialogue between social partners. It could also address wider issue of social and economic challenges.