Presentation on theme: "Industrial relation INDUSTRIAL RELATION. INDUSTRY Sec2(j) It means any business,trade,undertaking,manufacturing or calling of employers & includes any."— Presentation transcript:
INDUSTRY Sec2(j) It means any business,trade,undertaking,manufacturing or calling of employers & includes any calling,service,employment, handicraft or industrial occupation or avocation of workmen. -The Industrial Dispute Act 1947
TRADITIONAL PRESENT LABOUR : MASTER - SERVANT ILLITERATE NOTCONSCIOUS ILL MOTIVATED HUMAN RELATIONS EDUCATED AWARE, INFORMED WILLING/MOTIVATED
LABOUR CAPITAL : CONFRONTATIONIST FACTORS OF PRODUCTION COOPERATIVE HUMAN
WHAT IS INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ? AN ACT OR ART OF CONTROLLING HUMAN RESOURCES IN EMPLOYMENT. ALSO REFERRED AS LABOUR RELATIONS, LEGAL RELATIONS ETC. TWO INSEPARABLE LIMBS. INTEREST APPARENTLY CONFLICT BUT COMPLIMENTARY.
Relations between the management of an industrial enterprise and its employees. Process by which people and their organization interact at the place of work to establish the terms and conditions of employment DEFINITION:
OBJECTIVES : Congenial Labour mgmt relations Enhance economic status of the worker Regulate the production by minimizing industrial conflict Socialize industries by making government as employer Workers to have a say in management &decision making Encourage &develop trade union Avoid industrial conflict consequences Industrial democracy
Functions 1.Communication is to be established between workers and the management in order to bridge the traditional gulf between the two. 2.To establish a rapport between managers and the managed. 3.To ensure creative contribution of trade unions to avoid industrial conflicts, to safeguard the interest of workers on the one hand and the management on the other hand, to avoid unhealthy, unethical atmosphere in an industry. 4.To lay down considerations which may promote understanding, creativity and co-operation to raise industrial productivity, to ensure better workers’ participation?
IMPORTANCE OF IR Uninterrupted Production Reduction in Industrial Disputes High Morale Mental Revolution New Programme Reduced Wastage
SUCCESS OF IR a)Top Management support b)Sound Personnel policies c)Adequate practice should be developed by professionals d)Detailed supervisory training e)Follow up results