Employee Relations System in Singapore and Eire

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The system of economic capitalization represents the countries' economic characteristics and can be described in the countries' employment relations whose change is often affected by certain forms of urban development. The transformation of employee relations in both countries is determined by the government, which includes industrial relations and trade unions (Legett, 1993).


In fact, both are facing similar issues associated with employment relations such as heavily dependent on foreign workers, have a chronic ageing work force, the country is outsourcing its labor intensive industries to another country, and privatization of public companies. The influx of low wage and low skilled workers causes a differentiation between high and low wages, and skilled and non-skilled labors.
As both countries are heavily depending on foreign workers, the government has to decide to impose levy and quota to constraint the growth of the foreign workers and hence to improve the chance of local citizens to obtain employment, and to extend the retirement age decision.
Some people may consider older workers are less productive and cost more to keep them but at the same time, companies are hiring less educated and less skilled workers then send them for retraining and upgrading the non-skillable workers and hence, the notion of cost effectiveness becomes more expensive.
Employee relations have an impact on the employees' health. ...
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