PURPLE HATS : PURPLE HATS GROUP -9 SUDHIR DEEPAK RITESH ASHISH EMPLOYEE WELFARE EMPLOYEE WELFARE : EMPLOYEE WELFARE Slide 3: “ Every organisation hears what employees says, Good organisation listens to what employees have to say but organisations with employee welfare schemes listens what employees don’t say”
GROUP- 9 CONTENTS : CONTENTS What is employee welfare?
Merits & Demerits
Types of welfare Activity
Approaches to labour welfare
Administration of welfare activities
Safety & Health Measures
Welfare facilities at ITI
Latest Trends RITESH SUDHIR ASHISH
DEEPAK WHAT IS EMPLOYEE WELFARE? : WHAT IS EMPLOYEE WELFARE? Relates to taking care of the well being of workers by employers, trade unions, governmental and non-governmental organizations.
Referred to as betterment work for employees. According to the Royal Commission on Labor : According to the Royal Commission on Labor Labor welfare is a term which must necessarily be elastic, bearing a somewhat different interpretation in one country from another, according to different social customs, the degree of industrialization and educational level of workers. Merits : Merits Motivates employees
Minimized social evils
Better Job satisfaction
Cuts down labor turnover Demerits : Demerits Huge investment
Employees being dissatisfied Types of Welfare Activity : Types of Welfare Activity Inside the work place-Intra mural facilities
Facilities within the factories like medical, compensation, drinking water
Outside the work place-Extra mural facilities
Facility provided outside the factories like accommodation, recreational facilities, educational facilities Inside the work Place : Inside the work Place Conditions of environment
Safety and cleanliness of the work environment
Good house keeping-compound walls and lawns
Convenience and comfort-illumination, seating arrangements
Safety measures-machine fencing, goggles, first aid, helmets
Visible posters and warnings Inside the work Place : Inside the work Place Convenience
Provisions for wash basins, bathrooms and waste disposal
Provision for drinking water
Recreation rooms, rest rooms and libraries. Inside the work Place : Inside the work Place Health services
Ambulance service Inside the work Place : Inside the work Place Women and child welfare
Separate facilities for women
Family planning services Inside the work Place : Inside the work Place Others
Employment follow up-comfort and awareness
Economic services-loans, insurance
Labour management services-counseling, safety committee
Employee education-library, AV unit, literary classes, news bulletin etc. Slide 15: Comfortable and hygienic residences
Sanitation and water disposal
Proper roads and lighting facility
Health and medical services ASHISH Slide 16: Welfare activities by the government
Factories Act of 1948
First aid boxes
Canteen and shelters
Crèche for more than 30 women
Welfare officers for more than 500 workers Slide 17: Mines Act of 1952
Crèches for more than 50 women
Canteen for more than 150 workers
Shelter for more than 250 workers
Shower baths and sanitary latrines
Welfare officer for more than 500 workers Slide 18: Plantation Act of 1951
Recreation facility for workers and their children
Housing facility for all workers
Umbrellas, blankets, raincoats and other amenities Slide 19: Contract Labour Act 1970
A canteen for more than 100 employees
Rest rooms and alternative accommodation
Sufficient supply of drinking water washing facilities etc
First aid boxes Slide 20: Labour welfare officer- schedule 49 of Factories Act
Present in a factory of more than 500 workers
Supervision of safety and welfare programmers
Counseling of workers and adjustment in work environment
Formulate welfare policies
Liasoning with officials and resolving disputes Slide 21: RITESH Slide 22: POLICING THEORY
Affection for mankind
Good working conditions
Also known as Trusteeship theory Slide 23: PLACATING THEORY
Welfare activities will please workers and will make them work well.
PUBLIC RELATIONS THEORY
Welfare activities to create good impression on the minds of the public
Welfare activities provided to make workers more efficient
Obligation on the part of the organization to provide for the employees welfare Slide 24: DEEPAK 1.Welfare Policy : 1.Welfare Policy Objectives
Motivation, Retention, Raise the Standard of living, Prevent Social evils
Central, State Government, Social organizations
i) Type of facilities
ii) Coverage of employees
Timeliness 2.Organisation For Welfare : 2.Organisation For Welfare The Factories Act ,1948 mandates that every industrial establishment must appoint a welfare officer if the number of employees is 500 or more.
It is argued that the prime responsibility for welfare should rest with the line manager or the HR manager. 3.Assesment Of Effectiveness : 3.Assesment Of Effectiveness Effectiveness of welfare must be assessed periodically.
Two methods of assessment :
i) Trend Analysis
ii) Opinion Survey Fringe Benefits : Fringe Benefits The term fringe benefits refers to the extra benefits provided to employees in addition to the normal compensation paid in the form of wage or salary. Objectives : Objectives To create & improve sound industrial relations.
To promote employees welfare.
To motivate the employees by identifying & satisfying their unsatisfied needs.
To provide security to the employees against social risks like old age benefits & maternity benefits.
To provide safety against accidents. Features of fringe benefits : Features of fringe benefits They are supplementary forms of compensation.
They are paid to all employees based on there membership in the organization.
They help to raise the living conditions of the employees.
It may be statutory or voluntary. Need for fringe benefits : Need for fringe benefits Employees demand
Trade union demand
As a social security
To improve human relations Examples of fringes : Examples of fringes 1. Legally required payments
- Old age, survivors, disability and health insurance (commonly known as social security)
- Worker’s compensation
- Unemployment compensation
2. Contingent and Deferred benefits
- Pension plans
- group life insurance
- military leave and pay
- maternity leave
- child care leave & sick leave etc.,
3. Payments for time not worked
- vacations & holidays
- voting pay allowances
- travel allowances & moving expenses
- uniform tool expenses SAFETY & HEALTH : SUDHIR SAFETY & HEALTH Slide 34: “ Every twenty seconds of every working minute of every hour throughout the world, some one dies as a result of industrial accident.” WHAT IS SAFETY? : WHAT IS SAFETY? Safety - freedom from the occurrence or risk of injury or loss.
Industrial Safety – protection of workers from the danger of industrial accidents.
Accident – an unplanned and uncontrolled event in which an action or reaction of an object, a substance, a person, or a radiation results in personal injury. TYPES OF ACCIDENTS : TYPES OF ACCIDENTS NEED FOR SAFETY : NEED FOR SAFETY Cost saving
Legal HEALTH : HEALTH “The well-being of the employee (Physical as well as Mental) in an industrial establishment.”
1. Physical Health
2. Mental Health Welfare Facilities At ITI : Welfare Facilities At ITI CARE
i) Medical Facilities
For the employees covered under ESI scheme.
ii) Township Administration
iii) Welfare Funds Welfare Facilities At ITI : Welfare Facilities At ITI iv) Educational Scheme
v) Welfare Association & Clubs
vi) Other Welfare Measures
Safety Welfare Facilities At ITI : Welfare Facilities At ITI (B) TERMINAL BENEFITS
vii) Employees’ Provident Fund
viii) Gratuity Scheme
ix) Group Insurance Scheme Latest Trends : Latest Trends I – Wega
Hewlett – Packard Conclusion : Conclusion If a tailor makes mistake – it becomes a fashion
If a scientist makes a mistake – it becomes an invention
If an HR manager deploys a retention strategy – it becomes a welfare measure Bibliography : Bibliography Wikipedia
Human Resource Management – Gesler
Human Resource Management- VSP Rao
Human Resource Management-N.K Singh
Human Resource Management-Vershney
Human Resource Management-Mirza S