Types of Unemployment, Labour Relations, Trade Unions in South Africa and Other Concepts

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1.1) Unemployment- it occurs when a person who is actively seeking and searching for employment but is unable to find work.
Types of unemployed are frictional unemployment, structural unemployment, and cyclical unemployment
1.2.1) BRICS-Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa .This countries represent the 5 declaration of countries.
1.2.2) the purpose of BRICS is to let countries interact with each other. The involvement of globalisation among countries is important. South Africa produces mineral which contribute a lot to the BRICS resources. They must engage functionally on their variable approaches to economic development, in detail the balance accorded to markets set against the state.
1.3) The unemployment rate rose to 25.6%
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We could solve unemployment, shortage of housing and create an industry that contributes to our GDP. Government should create solar power station whereby we save energy and job creation for citizens living in the country
Question2
2.1) John Dunlop’s theory to labour relations is viewed from various angles which may range from the economic to the social, political to the legal, psychological and managerial. The interaction and relationship between workers, managers and government and this creates the set of rules of the workplace or the principles of the system.
Within the labour relation environment the actors who are the labour union, managers and government organizations interact with each other, negotiate and use economic power in the method of determining rules that constitute the output of the industrial relations system. The system operates within technology, product markets as well as the distribution or power in society
2.2)Tripartism is the Department which promotes social dialogue, sound industrial relations and the adoption or reform of labour law in accordance with international labour standards Bipartism . Tripartite is a process where all individual parties operate opposite each other. Bipartite is the process whereby the employer

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