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Demarcation dispute

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Demarcation dispute

A demarcation dispute is a dispute between (usually) two trades unions as to who should do a particular job, and is associated with multi-unionism in an enterprise, where two labour unions claim the right to represent the same class or group of workers. This is particularly important in compulsory arbitration systems of industrial relations, as in Australia; where only one union may be the registered representative of a particular type of worker.


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