The Role of the State in Labour Relations
Through this work, a brief analysis of the role of the state in labor relations was intended to be carried out. The state is not strictly speaking a single actor, but is composed of numerous different agencies, each with its own distinct goal and function. As a result, separating the political, economic, and judicial roles may be somewhat arbitrary. In reality, the state is more of an “open system” rather than a single or uniform party. The term “state” is an acceptable abbreviation to capture the interactions of all institutions and agencies that carry out the government’s will. It is important to understand that the state feels obliged to involve itself in labor relations through certain roles it holds, and to understand that it has an impact on the socio-economic aspect of a country.