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Management of Industrial Relations

Management of Industrial Relations

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MANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (MBA)COURSE OVERVIEW
This course pack on managing industrial relations is basicallymeant for students. It is concerned with the several factors andissues that go to make up an industrial relations system. Theobjective is to provide a broader outlook of the industrialrelation function. The focus has been on the developmentalaspects rather than on the more traditional control aspects of the function. It also provides the reader with a framework foranalysis of industrial relations problems. This would enable thereader to get a broad overview and a good feel of the severalrelated factors that should be considered for an understandingof the industrial relations situation.The students on completion of the course shall have a goodunderstanding of various aspects of:1.Industrial Relations (IR) and Trade Unionism.2.Collective Bargaining Process.3.Grievance Redress Mechanism.4.Industrial Conflict.5.Workers Participation.
 
SYLLABUSMASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONSPECIALIZATION: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTSEMESTER – IIIMANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Sub. Code: MBA- HR- 304 Credits-03Total Marks: 100 Minimum Pass Marks: 40%Internal Assessment: 40 Marks University Examination: 60 Marks
BLOCK IUnit 1: Industrial Relations Strategy
Evolution of Industrial Relation; Industrial Relations; Relations Strategy; Future of Industrial Relations in India.
Unit 2: Types of Unions
 
Historical Evolution and Aspects of Trade U696 nion in India; Approaches to TradeUnion, Types of Union, Functions of Trade unions.
Unit 3: Industrial Dispute Act
Functions of Trade Unions; National Level Federations; The Industrial,Dispute(Central)Rules, Central ID Rules, 1957
BLOCK IIUnit 4: Trade Unions Act 1926
The Industrial, Dispute (Central) Rules; Central ID Rules, 1957; The Trade Union Act1926
Unit 5: Wage Fixation Method
 
Concept of Collective Bargaining; Stages and prerequisites for collective Fixation;Collective Bargaining as a Wage Fixation Method.
Unit 6: Collective Bargaining
Collective Bargaining as Wage Fixation Method; Types of Collective Bargaining andStudies in Collective Bargaining; Approaches and Nature of Grievances; Causes,Procedure and Grievance; Redress Mechanism; Case Study.
 
BLOCK IIIUnit 7: Disciplinary Proceedings
Judicial Approaches to Discipline; Disciplinary Proceedings; Domestic Enquiry andAward of punishment, Nature of Conflict and its Manifestations, Labor AdministrationMachinery
 
Unit 8: Industrial Disputes Act 1947
Inter Industry Propensity for Strikes, Strike Patterns, Environmental Influence:Arbitration, Conciliation, Adjudication, Unfair Labor Practices, Environmental Influence:Arbitration, Conciliation, Adjudication, Unfair Labor Practices, Case Study, IndustrialDisputes Act 1947 Evolution and Nature of Participation, Prerequisites for SuccessfulParticipation
Unit 9: Limitation of Participation
Degree of Influence and Involvement, forms of participation, and impact of participation,Degree of influence and Involvement, forms of participation, and impact of participation,Limitation of participation, Current trends in participation in Indian industries Case Study
SUGGESTED READINGS:
1.
 
Dynamics of Industrial Relations in India by Mammoria C. B. HimalayaPublishing House;2.
 
Personal Management by Mammoria C. B. Himalaya Publishing House;3.
 
Industrial Relations & Labor Laws by Srivastava S. C. Vikas Publishing House;4.
 
Personal Management & Industrial Relation : R. S Davar, Vikas PublishingHouse;5.
 
Hand Book of Industrial Laws by Kapoor N. D. Publishing House Sultan Chand& Sons;6.
 
Personal Management & Industrial Relation : Mittal Kumar- Anmol Publication;7.
 
Contemporary Industrial Relations by Ian J Beardwell; Oxford University Press

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