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The term µINDUSTRIAL RELATIONS¶ refers to relationship between Management and Labour or among Employees and their Organizations that characterize or grow out of employment. Industrial Relations is a dynamic socio-economic process. It is a ³Designation of a whole field of relationship that exists because of the necessary collaboration of men and women in the employment process of industry´.Theoretically speaking, there are two parties in the µemployment¶ relationship ± labour and management. Both parties need to work in a spirit of cooperation, adjustment and accommodation. In their own mutual interest certain rules for co-existence are formed and adhered to. The issue of INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS arose from the issue of divorce of the workers from the ownership and management of the production process. This has brought about a sense of deprivation and loss of independence on the part of workers and is probably the primary cause of industrial disputes. Industrial work has drastically reduced the independence of workers and made them mere cogs in the machine ± a kind of µsecond class citizens¶. The disciplinary rules for work have become quite harsh and arbitrary. The heterogeneous nature of workers, illiteracy and politicization of trade unions made it impossible for the workers to bargain for their rights untidily. All these factors have led to growing unrest among the rank of workers. Concept of Labour welfare: Labour Welfare may be viewed as a total concept as a social concept and as a relative concept. Manpower, employment policy and labour welfare in India: postindependence developments:


Industrial relations and labour laws.3 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM y Grievance handling procedure and the relation between the employee. political and economic forces. Labour welfare: legal framework and initiatives.employee. 2. Labour reforms: India and WTO. Therefore. Edited extracts from India's Five Year Plans on employment and labour related matters (I plan to X plan including mid-term appraisal of the X Plan). 4. III. 6. II.employer. Women workers: legislations and empowerment. y The most dissatisfaction is because of less medical benefits provides o the employees y Labour welfare requires in improving the conditions of worker¶s life. Labour laws and welfare: India and ILO.Many researches has been done in the following themes. 1. as It is not the cause but an effect of social. Manpower: trends and magnitude. 5. 3. Restructuring of labour laws: the great debate. raising their efficiency and productivity. it is necessary to find out the proper solution for the above problem. building up a stable labour force and minimizing the chances of conflict between the labour and Management. employee. 2 . 8. Employment policies and programmes. such as: 1. distracting the working environment. India's Five Year Plans at a glance. 7.

 To examine whether all the employees working are satisfied with the measures and welfare programs provided by the organization. maintain good Industrial Relation 1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Methodology is said to be the procedure or way in which the project work has been done.4 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY THE PRESENT STUDY HAS THE FOLLOWING OBJECTIVES:  To find the welfare facilities reaching the labour and their families.  To study the extent of health and welfare facilities provided by the organization. HYPOTHESIS Ho: The working environment in the ABC Ltd.  To Identify the welfare amenities that are meet the minimum desirable standards or not. A research methodology is a sample framework or a plan for study that is used as a guide for conducting research . is not peaceful H1: The ABC Ltd.  To ascertain the financial commitment of the organization on labour welfare. It is a blueprint that is followed in processing research work. 3 . Thus in good research methodology the line of action has to be chosen carefully from various alternatives.1.

We have used company website. The major emphasis is on the discovery of ideas and in sights. Simple random sampling Primary & secondary Method of data collection:Research design :- Descriptive Design 1. SAMPLING PLAN Sample Size:Sample unit:Method of sampling:- 40 employees Amrit Banaspati Company Ltd.6 TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF DATA COLLECTION According to the needed research for the project is both Primary and Secondary data collection methods. Descriptive Research Design has been used by me to solve each and every factor of given task. In the descriptive research study. To ensure the accuracy of the primary data collection used is the structured interview method. the main purpose is that of formulating a problem for more precise investigation or of developing the working hypothesis forms an operational point of view. some publications on the net and information related to broacher for secondary data collection. Infect research design is the conceptual structure within which research is conducted. 4 .RESEARCH DESIGN A research design is the arrangement of conditions for the collection of data and analysis of data.

1) Primary data.  Accurate data may not be available from all the employees because there may be threat/fear from the Management.Data can be broadly classified as. Pie-charts and Chi-Square test) 1. and personal interviews.  There is no chance of interacting with all the employees because they are working in different shifts. PRIMARY DATA: Primary data is obtained through observation. SECONDARY DATA: Secondary data is obtained through various. 1.7 DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION RESEARCH INSTRUMENTS  Tools used for data collection (Questionnaire)  Tools used for analyzing the data (Bar Graphs. Management books. questionnaires. 2) Secondary data. 5 . Newspapers and Internet. Journals.8 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY  The sample size is very large and it¶s very difficult to collect the data from large number of employees.

sampling. CAPTER. CHAPTER. need for the study. methodology of the study.2: RESEARCH DESIGN This chapter covers the introduction to the study. Hence the study is limited to a certain sample size of the employees.3: PROFILES This chapter covers the industry profile and the company profile in detail with details of competitors and products.1: INTRODUCTION This chapter introduces and gives the details about the Labour law and different acts of industrial relation and labour law. It gives an overview of the plan of the study. 1. objective of the study. Due to the vast subject and various statutory measures prevailing for Health and Safety measures. limitations of the study and the chapter scheme. 6 .4: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA This chapter covers the analysis and interpretation of the data collected from questionnaire and the issues raised by the objective of the study.9CHAPTER SCHEME CAPTER. statement of the problem. CHAPTER.

CHAPTER. To prosper a clear and healthy industrial relation. medical allowance. It also covers the conclusions and the recommendations provided by the researcher to the company. 7 . An effective grievance handling procedure is to be taken care in the future. death relief fund etc.5: FINDINGS. CONCLUSION This study will give fruitful result in maintaining different welfare schemes like weekly rest. are provided by ABC Ltd. SUGGESTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS This chapter covers the results of the study conducted.

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