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Shen, a veteran human rights and labor lawyer, most recently served as director of national industrial relations and counsel at the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA), representing indie film and TV producers, including in labor disputes.
The leadership of the AFL-CIO is longtime Democrats, said Gary Chaison, a Clark University professor emeritus of labor and industrial relations.
One is that industrial relations must be devolved to the level of the firm.
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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of industrial relations for English Language Learners
: the ways in which businesses relate to and deal with workers, the government, and the public
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