This book on Labour and Employment Relations in Tanzania tries to cover a virgin area that has never been covered by any Tanzanian Author as comprehensively as the Author has tried to. The book tries to give some insights on the Labour and Employment Relations topics relating to Freedom of Associations, Organizational rights, Trade Unions, Collective Bargaining and Agreement, Workers’ Participation, Strikes and Lock-outs etc. The overall aim of the book, is therefore, to provide the reader with analysis of theories, practice and issues including problems emanating from interaction of employees, employers, trade unions and government on regular basis, from Tanzania some borrowed from South Africa, United Kingdom, which are very useful in not only understanding the concepts, but also guiding the practitioners in handling prevailing workplace cases and issues like negotiations pending strikes, lockouts and Collective Bargaining and Agreements etc.
In order to appreciate the nature of everyday employment relations in Tanzania, it is crucial to understand the relevant laws, regulations and Conventions. The book therefore provides good insights of the nature and theoretical aspects of Labour and Employment Relations and how the current Labour Regime accommodates the challenges brought about by economic liberalization in general and employment and workplace relationship in particular.