The conciliator has all the necessary information required for conducting conciliation while the parties do not have all the necessary information.
At this point, the conciliator has got not much leeway and any of the parties not satisfied with the induced offers can spoil the conciliation proceedings.
Consequently, the government should also ensure that sufficient resources and relevant information are made available to the conciliation officer so that she may pass on the same to the disputants.
1956), "Government Conciliation in Labour Disputes: Some Recent Experience in Ontario", Revue Canadienne d'Economique et de Science Politique , 22(4): 523-34.
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A direct consequence of this was an increase in labour unrest (mainly in the organised sector) leading to strikes and lockouts, and an apparent waning of faith (Philips 1956) in the Conciliation Mechanism, set up to deal with such crises.
Consequent to the aforementioned developments, there had been an increasing tendency amongst disputants to raise a token mandatory industrial dispute before the conciliation officer with the purpose of obtaining a reference for a summary judgement.