2 edition of Problems of industrial relations in India found in the catalog.
Problems of industrial relations in India
All-India Trade Union Congress.
in New Delhi
Written in English
|Contributions||India. National Commission on Labour.|
|LC Classifications||HD8686.5 .A684|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||78905872|
Chapter 10 Industrial Relations—Main Aspects, Models and Developments Chapter Objectives This chapter will enable students to: Understand the concept of industrial relations and its dominant aspects Describe the approaches to - Selection from Industrial Relations, Trade Unions, and Labour Legislation, 2nd Edition [Book]. industrial relations practices in both Canada and the U.S. In 22% of GNP in the U.S. was accounted for by the sum of exports and imports compared to only 10% in The comparable figure for Canada was 60% in compared to 40% in Thus, the .
INDUSTRIAL RELATION Unit i - ir 1. Unit -I Introduction of IR 2. Evolution of IR in India 1. Industrial Relations in India Prior to British Raj India was predominantly a pastoral and agrarian economy during ancient and medieval times. A large number of occupations were carried on by small manufacturers in their cottages. The employer- employee relations were those of master and slave . The book introduces readers to the various approaches to industrial relations and goes on to discuss trade unions, collective bargaining and tripartism. It goes on to highlight the importance of dispute resolution, labour administration, grievance handling and the management of industrial s:
STEP Recommendations For Industrial Relations Case Study (Solution): There should be only one recommendation to enhance the company’s operations and its growth or solving its problems. The decision that is being taken should be justified and viable for solving the problems. s. The human- relations approach is a long term trend toward recognizing the individual interests of workers. Certain people define Industrial Relations as-the relations between employers and employees in industry. Others describe Industrial Relations as-the relationships between employees and management that grow out of employment.
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Recent developments in the industry throughout India clearly reveal the importance of Industrial Relations. A practical guide to create, sustain and leverage excellent employee relations based on analysis of current trends in Industrial Relations, the book draws out lessons from specific cases of disputes and : Mr.
E I Ravindranath. All-India Trade Union Congress. Problems of industrial relations in India. New Delhi, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: All-India Trade Union Congress.; India.
National Commission on Labour. OCLC Number: Description: 95 pages 22 cm. The book discusses industrial relations in the Indian context, while citing landmark Supreme Court judgements, such as the cases of Kameshwar Prasad and othersvs State of Bihar and another() suppl.
3 SCR and Radhey Shyam Sharma vs the Post Master General, Central Circle, Nagupur ( 7 SCR ), etc. Book Reviews INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN INDIA - SHIFTING PARADIGMS by Ratna Sen, MacMillan India Limited, New Delhi,pp.Price Rs.
/ The author of the book Industrial Relations in India - Shifting Paradigms has clearly picturised the major issues relating to industrial relations in the era of globalisation and privatisation. RESEARCHES ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN INDIA-A REVIEW Industrial relations is an area which has attracted the attention of a Reddy ()11 has approached the problem of industrial relations in the context of new economic realities, competitive environment and strategic quest.
According to him, the reformation of the industrial relations. Though Independent India got an opportunity to restructure the industrial relations system the colonial model of IR remained in practice for sometimes due to various reasons like the social, political and economic implications of partition, social tension, continuing industrial unrest, communist insurgency, conflict, and competition in the trade union movement.
The major issues involved in the industrial relations process are terms of employment viz., wages, dearness allowances, bonus, fringe benefits, working conditions, viz., leave, working hours, health, safety and welfare; non-employment-related situations such as job security, manning and employment.
In India most of the industries are located in few selected areas leaving out vast expanse of the country devoid of industrial establishments. Most of the industries are located in and around metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi etc.
Tables and present uneven concentration of industries. and large the labour law covers the industrial relations, certification of unions, labour management relations, collective bargaining and unfair labour practices and very importantly the workplace health and safety with good environmental conditions.
Further the labour laws also focus on employment standards, including general. Industrial relations is the study of the interactions among industry, its employees and the governments that oversee them. It is also the study of the various institutions and organizations that are formed as a result of these interactions, such as labor unions and business unions.
Many problems lie central to the study of industrial relations. Definition: Industrial relations is that field of study which analyzes the relationship among the management and the employees of an organization at the workplace and also provides a mechanism to settle down the various industrial concept evolved in the late 19th century because of the industrial revolutions.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goyal, Ramesh Chandra, Problems in personnel and industrial relations in India. Delhi, National [Pub. tegies and industrial relations institutions and practices in India is considerably more subtle than is often supposed in comparative industrial relations narratives (Kuruvilla, ).
Industrial Relations in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry. Chapter 6. Personnel Cost in the Pharmaceutical s: 1. Prior tothe industrial relations system in India sought to control conflicts and disputes through excessive labor legislations.
These labor laws were protective in nature and covered a wide range of aspects of workplace industrial relations like laws on health and safety of labors, layoffs and retrenchment policies, industrial disputes and the like.
the second edition of this book titles Industrial Relations provides a comprehensive coverage of the various aspects of industrial relations: conceptual foundations, industrial structure and.
When industrial relations emerged as an academic field of study and area of business practice in the s, it was intimately associated with the rise of the Labor Problem.
During this period, industrial relations came to be widely defined as the study of labor problems and alternative methods to resolve such problems. In order to understand the issues and problems associated with industrial relations, it is desirable to study its various evolutionary phases.
Practically speaking, the growth of industrial relations in India is in no way different from that of other parts of the globe. The various stages of industrial relations progressed from primitive stage.
System in India Some Issues for Discussion K R Shyam Sundar Industrial Relations in Indian States edited by C S Venkata Ratnam; Global Business Press in association with IRRA and FES, (Book I).
The future of industrial relation in India can be reviewed from reports of the commissions constituted by the government for this purpose. From these certain issues are emerging which are posing challenges to the three actors in the system. The first is the issue of strengthening collective bargaining by trying to determine a sole bargaining agent for negotiations.
Industrial relations has become one of the most delicate and complex problems of modern industrial society. Industrial progress is impossible without cooperation of labors and harmonious.
5 contentious issues holding up India's labour law reforms. The central government is keen to consolidate the central laws into four codes - relating to wages, industrial relations, social.good relations. Good industrial relation increase production, improves quality of work and products efficiency of workers increased.
Cost of production lowered. Bad Industrial Relations leads to industrial unrest industrial dispute and a downward trend to industries .