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The Central Trade Unions – Objectives and Organizational Structure Local, firm-level or industry-level trade unions are often affiliated to larger Federations. The largest Federations in the country represent labour at the National level and are known as Central Trade Union Organizations (CTU or CTUO). To acquire status as a CTUO, a trade union federation must...

Trade Union Movement in India – Growth and Development The growth and development of the labour movement, and for that part of the trade unions, in India, can be divided into following periods, each of them revealing different tendencies that mark it from others. 1. Social Welfare Period, from 1875 to 1918 The first period starts from 1875 and goes upto the...

Group Cohesiveness-Meaning and Factors Affecting Group Cohesiveness   Topics covered 1. Meaning of Group Cohesiveness 2. Factors affecting Group Cohesiveness   Meaning of Group Cohesiveness Group cohesiveness means the degree of attachment of the members or their groups. If group cohesion is high,the interaction between members of the group is high and the...

International Labour Organization (ILO)   Topics covered i. About International Labour Organization (ILO) ii. Objectives of International Labour Organization (ILO) iii. Membership of ILO iv. Structure of ILO v. Core Conventions of International Labour Organisation   International Labour Organisation – An Introduction  The International Labour Organisation...

Code of discipline – Principles, Features and Objectives In India, the problem of industrial discipline was debated by the Indian Labour Conference held in 1957. The Conference noted the alarming record of breach of discipline by employers and employees. A sub-committee was appointed to draft a model Code of Discipline which would be acceptable to all. A Code...

Worker’s Participation in Management- Definitions, Features, Objectives and Forms   Topics covered i. Meaning of Worker’s Participation in Management ii. Definitions of Worker’s Participation iii. Features/Characteristics of Worker’s Participation iv. Objectives of Worker’s Participation in Management v. Importance or Worker’s Participation vi. Need...

Methods and Machinery for the settlement of Industrial disputes Lasting industrial peace requires that the causes of industrial disputes should be eliminated. In other words, preventive steps should be taken so that industrial disputes do not occur. But if preventive machinery fails, then the industrial dispute settlement machinery should be activated by the government...

Approaches to Industrial Relations Ever since the Industrial Revolution various lines of thought concerning industrial relations have developed. People belonging to different walks of life have tried to explain industrial conflict in their own ways. The Industrial relations has been viewed from the various angles which may range from the economic and social, political...

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Types of Strikes Strike is a very powerful weapon used by a trade union to get its demands accepted. It means quitting work by a group of workers for the purpose of bringing pressure on their employer to accept their demands. According to Industrial Dispute act, 1947 Strike means a cessation of work by a body of persons employed in any industry acting in combination,...

Evaluation of Training Programme- Meaning, Need, Principles and Methods   Topics covered i. Meaning of Evaluation of Training Programme ii. Need for Evaluation of Training iii. Principles of Evaluation of Training iv. Evaluation Criteria iv. Methods of Evaluation if Training   Evaluation of Training Programme – An Overview The last stage in the training...