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MS-24 Solved Assignment Employment Relations

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  • Version: 2016 Jan - June


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Q. Describe the Industrial relations in India. Discuss the current developments in industrial relations and high light the current issues and challenges in Industrial relations with suitable examples.......

Q. Explain the obligations, rights and functions of trade unions. Discuss the present position of trade unions in India. What are your suggestions for strengthening of trade unions in India?
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Q. Explain the concept and objectives of Workers Participation in Management (WPM). Describe the historical development of workers participation in management. Discuss the workers involvement practices of an organization with which you are familiar.
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Q. Explain the meaning and content of the grievance. Describe the grievance mechanism of an organization you are familiar with. Discuss various approaches of grievance resolution, in your opinion which approach is most effective?
Answer. A grievance may be defined as a genuine or not genuine feeling of discontent or dissatisfaction, whether expressed or unexpressed arising out of anything connected with the company that any employee thinks, believes or feels inequitable........

Q. Explain the impact of specialization, centralization and globalization on new employment relations. Discuss the recent developments in employment relations in an organization you are familiar with.
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Q. What do you understand by Trade Union?
Answer. Trade Union is a continuous association of workers/employees for the protection and promotion of the economic, social and other rights, and interests of its members.............
The trade union movement is the result of modern industrialization. Though attempts have been made to trace the ancestry of trade unions to the period between 1000 and 1450 AD in England and its neighbouring countries, they have not been convincing......... Institutions grow to meet the needs of a particular time and place. Trade unions have grown in response to the peculiar needs and problems that wage-earners have had to face in the course of industrialization under the capitalist economic system..........
Indian trade unions are very powerful organisations linked to political groups and politicians. In disputes, the trade unions provide legal assistance for workers........... Their goal is to bring private sector employees to the level of government workers, who have many benefits, like shorter working hours, health care and pension schemes.......... Be prepared to meet with problems when you try to make changes in the interests of higher production that involve streamlining overstaffed companies or shortening the traditional tea breaks..........
From their very inception, trade unions have spent a part of their income providing insurance and other welfare benefits for improving the conditions of their members, and promoting goodwill among them......... The nature and extent of the benefits provided have expanded over the years........ Where unions are rich, they are in a better position to provide insurance and other benefits to their members. On the other hand, the poorer unions cannot provide much........


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