ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT IN IR
The government is one of the key players in significantly with in industrialrelations in the country. Sometime it plays the role of the adopter and protector of the policy of laissez fair. The directive principle of state policy is among the core guidingfactors influence the laissez policy, supported by the various plan documents. Article-39, 41, 42, 43 and 43A pertain to labour. Art-39 emphasizes that the policies of thegovt. should be aimed at providing equal pay for equal work for man as well as women.Further it states that the state should ensure the well being of the workers and also prevent the economic exploitation of the children and other employees.Art-41 stipulate that the govt. should take step in the direction of the capacity building and economic development to ensure the implementation of the right to work and education, and also provide public assessment in the event of unemployment, old-age, sickness etc. Art-42 stipulates that the govt. should provide secure humancondition of the work place. Art-43 stipulates that the govt. should endearment tolegislate policies which are aimed at decent standard of living and also enabling peopleto social and culture events. Art-43 indicate that the govt. shall take step by suitablelegislation or in any other way to secure the participation of workers in the managementof undertaking, establishment, or offer organization engaged in any industry.
FUTURE OF IR
The future of the industrial relation is going to be totally different form what ithas been due to various factors such as increasing number of knowledge workers, thehigher education level of workers and so on. These developments indicate the growingmaturity level of workers, which increase the capacity to resolve their individualgrievance and reduce their dependence.Another factor that would have a significant impact is that political parties, over time will no large play a significant role in the trade unions in the country. Theexperience of the last five decades has led to attitudinal change among employees, sinceit is obvious to them that they have been explantedFor the selfish ends of politicies. Another thing they have learned in that prolongedindustries disputes is the ‘jeo paradise’ the existence of the organization.Another important factor is that many people in our country are employedin the service sector, followed by IT sector. Both these sector mainly employknowledge workers. By the virtue of their job profile the employees in this sector havelittle time for union activates.The reduced important of public sector enterprise, sector in theeconomy would lead to a change and reduced role of trade unions. Also in the future