Disputes are always a problem in any industry. Conflict arises for a number of reasons, most often the relationship between employees and their pay. It is a conflict of interest between the two parties to create a conflict. The parties involved in the industrial dispute are the employer and the employee. An employee is entitled to a remuneration based on the work he delivers. It is the employer's job to provide his or her employees with the right amount of salary and other conditions necessary to earn a living. The founder of the Australian arbitration and conciliation Program, Mr Justice Higgins had made it clear that the conflict between payers and beneficiaries would continue with their daily lives. It is therefore always necessary to resolve disputes between the two parties under the Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 in order to prevent the industry from experiencing loss or suffering. All disputes from the industry cannot be resolved in the same way and therefore comes the idea of how to resolve disputes Under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947. Some of the most widely used methods are adjudication, conciliation, legal court investigations etc. These methods help to resolve disputes by investigating the matter and successfully conducting the process, using existing methods.