Industrial Relations

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UNIT - 5:

UNIT - 5 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

CONCEPT:

CONCEPT The term “Industrial Relations(IR)” commonly denotes employee-employer relations in both organised & unorganised sectors of the economy.

Definitions:

Definitions “IR refers to the relationship between management and employees or employees & their organization, which arise out of employment” - Dale Yoder It is the study of human behaviour in the workplace, focussing especially on the influence such relations have on an organizations productivity - Britannica Encyclopedia

Participants in IR:

Participants in IR

Evolution of IR in India:

Evolution of IR in India IR is concerned with the relationships between management & workers and the role of regulatory mechanism in resolving any industrial dispute. The relations b/w workers & management have undergone many changes in our country.

Evolution:

Evolution Kings Zamindars East India Co. Enlighted Leaders Formation of Unions Trade Union Act Industrial Dispute act Unions Formation Establishment Of IR

Growth of IR:

Growth of IR The growth of modern industrial relations in India can be made in 3 distinct phases. 1 st phase:- Commenced from middle of 19 th century to end of 1 st world war. Formation of AITUC in 1920 is the significant event in this phase. 2 nd phase :-comprises the period thereafter till the attainment of independence(1947)

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Formation of Workmen's Compensation act(1923), Trade Union act(1926) & Trade Dispute Act(1947) are the significant events in this phase. 3 rd phase :- It represents the post independence era. Min wages act, factories act & ESI act

Main Objectives of IR:

Main Objectives of IR To avoid industrial conflicts To raise productivity to a higher level Improvements in the economic conditions of workers.

Factors influencing IR in India:

Factors influencing IR in India Good IR’s depend on a great variety of factors. Some of the factors are History of IR Economic satisfaction of the workers Social & psychological satisfaction Off the job conditions Enlighted trade unions

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Negotiating skills & attitudes of management & workers Public policy & legislation Better education (expectations has been increased with education) Nature of industry

Importance of IR:

Importance of IR Good industrial relations help in the following:- Uninterrupted production Reduction of industrial disputes High morale Mental revolution New programmes - evolution Wastage reduction

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Thus it is an evidence that good Industrial relations is the basis of higher production with minimum cost & higher profits. It also results in increased efficiency of workers.

THANK YOU ALL:

THANK YOU ALL By Charanya

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