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Dunlop's IR Model

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Dunlop’s IR Model:

Dunlop’s IR Model Dr. G C Mohanta, BE(Mech), MSc(Engg), MBA, PhD(Mgt) Professor Al-Qurmoshi Institute of Business Management, Hyderabad - 500005

Industrial Relations (IR):

Industrial Relations (IR) Industrial relations encompasses a set of phenomena, both inside and outside the workplace, concerned with determining and regulating employment relationship Relationship between management and employees or among employees and their organization that characterize and grow out of employment

Parties to IR:

Parties to IR EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATIONS GOVERNMENT EMPLOYERS EMPLOYER ASSOCIATION COURTS & TRIBUNALS EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

Objectives of IR:

Objectives of IR To enhance economic status of worker To avoid industrial conflicts and their consequences To extend and maintain industrial democracy To provide an opportunity to the worker to have a say in the management decision making To regulate production by minimizing conflicts To provide forum to workers to solve their problems through mutual consultations with management To encourage and develop trade union in order to develop workers collective strength

Scope of IR:

Scope of IR Management – Union relationship Employer – Employee relationship Relationship amongst various groups of employees Effect of extraneous factors like state, socio-political- economic factors on workplace relationships

Dunlop’s IR Model – System Theory:

Dunlop’s IR Model – System Theory The System theory tries to explain why particular rules are established in an industrial relation system The theory is divided into four inter-related components namely: Actors working within the contexts, developing a body of rules, held together by an ideology Contexts ( influences & constraints on decisions & action, e.g. market, technology, demography, industrial structure) Ideology - beliefs affecting actor’s views - shared or in conflict Rules - regulatory elements , i.e. the terms & nature of the employment relationship developed by IR processes

Employment Relations:

Employment Relations Dunlop’s model

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