|dc.description.abstract||This study is an examination of the efficacy of the Industrial Court in protecting the rights of employees during termination of the contract between employees and employers. The Industrial Court of Uganda started being operation in the 2014 after its establishment by the LADASA to arbitrate on labour disputes referred to it and to adjudicate upon questions of law and fact arising from references to it by any other law.
The Industrial Court of Uganda was established to handle labour disputes and its mission is to effectively and efficiently deliver and adjudicate labour justice for all in line with international Labour Organisation standards and National development Plan. However, to date, since its establishment Ugandan many employees are yet to feel the impact of the Industrial court because of being one in the whole country with no branches elsewhere but only in Kampala.
Due to the above situation the researcher was encouraged to investigate the efficacy of the Industrial Court in the protecting of rights of employees during unlawful termination by employers.
Through desk research, the reviewed studies of various scholars, decided cases, writings in journals and internet sources that assisted in coming up with useful observations, conclusion and recommendation.
The study revealed that the Industrial Court was effective in delivering and adjudicating labour justice for all but was inaccessible to many because of only being station in Kampala.
It's on the premise of the above findings that the researcher made a recommendation that more branches in different parts of the country be set up to promote labour justice for all in different parts of the country.||en_US