The state intervenes when it is essential and needs to resolve a conflict, but it takes care of the conflict by making laws that eliminates or prevents its arising. The state is again politically connected and different political parties coming to power will have different understanding of the requirements that it needs to fulfil as a state for the employer employee association. The political parties coming to power have a different influence on the relationship and if a party is pro-capitalist, it is more daunting for the workers to be able to get the same place in the economic cycle production. Parties favouring capitalist and investors will most probably seek to design or amend laws which favour the employers and provide less importance to the workers and employees. The parties favouring a socialist structure and wants to reduce inequality as its principle priority will b amend laws which are more workers favoured and provide the justice in the relationship (Geare and Edgar, 2007). Thus, the state needs to adjust with the singular underlying requirement of its existence and the role it plays in the employer employee relationship, and give more attention to the broader human rights principle and requirements which form an equal society and provide equitable distribution of rights, justice, and opportunities.