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TRADE UNION By Pawan rathi Shri ram group of college

HISTORY:

The first organized Trade Union in India named as the Madras Labor Union was formed in the year 1918. Since then a large number of unions sprang up in almost all the industrial centers of the country. HISTORY

DEFINATION:

DEFINATION Trade Unions are the groups set-up with the aim of trying to create fairness and job security in a workplace.

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Section 2(h) of the Trade Union Act,1926 has define a trade union as: “Any combination, whether temporary or permanent, former primarily for the purpose of regulating the relation between workman and workmen or between employers, or for imposing restrictive conditions on the conduct of any trade or business, and includes any federation of two or more trade unions.

Features of trade unions::

Features of trade unions: It is an organization formed by employees or workers. It is formed on a continuous basis. It is a permanent body and not a casual or temporary one. It includes federations of trade unions also. It achieves its objectives through collective action and group effort.

What do unions do?:

What do unions do? The main service a union provides for its members is negotiation and representation. There are other benefits people get from being members of trade unions . Negotiation Representation Information and advice Member services

OBJECTIVES:

OBJECTIVES Better Wages Better Working conditions Bonus Resist unsuitable schemes Secure welfare Project Interest of workers Social welfare Organizational growth and stability

Why do workers join unions:

Why do workers join unions Greater Bargaining Power Makes their voice heard Minimize discrimination Sense of security Sense of Participation

CRITICISM OF TRADE UNION BY EMPLOYERS:

CRITICISM OF TRADE UNION BY EMPLOYERS Lack of education May not welcome change Strike on Illogical basis Creation of Artificial scanity of labor Undue demands relating to wages

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