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Human Resource Management

Miss jawaria Nasir Presented by: Group Members Muhammad Akram Muhammad Zeeshan Sana Javaid Sehrish Khalid Roll Numbers 12052054-032 12052054-033 12052054-045 12052054-062

Semester 2nd (M.com) Section BL G.T road science College Gujarat

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Because of their prayers and encouragement I have been able to complete this report.Dedication I dedicate this report to my parents. the most Gracious and Merciful. Praise is to Allah. who blessed me with the knowledge and wisdom and enabled me to overcome this task. Heartiest gratitude to my parents without their continuous encouragement and love I could not have accomplished this task. Table of contents 3 |Page .

No.Sr. 5 6 7 10 4 |Page . 1 2 3 4 Details Executive Summary Labor Policy Labour law in Pakistan Introduction of Service industry Page No.

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And we are also thankful to honorable Miss jawaira nasir who provided us a chance to enhance our knowledge and guided us at every step during our project. And whose uniqueness. 6 |Page . gave me enough courage. knowledge and ability to accomplish this project.Acknowledgement All praises and thanks for Almighty Allah who is entire source of knowledge and wisdom to mankind.

The laws have evolved through a continuous process of trial to meet the socio-economic conditions. In its most comprehensive sense the term includes social security and disability insurance as well the minimum wage is among the best known labor laws. subjected them to workplace abuses and greatly reduced the wages they could expect. Law and Parliamentary Affairs in addition publishes individual Acts through the Official Gazette. Every employer in an industrial or commercial establishment is required to issue a formal appointment letter at the time of employment of each worker 7 |Page . Child labor laws limit the number of hours children under the age of 18 can work per week. Government’s commitment to development and social welfare. Labor laws protect equal opportunity by requiring employers to give equal consideration to underrepresented groups. state of industrial development. The Ministry of Justice. to pay equal pay for equal work and to institute policies that limit or prevent structural discrimination. and industrial relations." Fall For hundreds of years. level of literacy. growth of trade unions. remuneration. workers often don't have the ability to leave jobs that pay unfairly.Disabled people have faced challenges in finding work. These all points are also the part of Pakistani constitution and it is also declared that the Federal Laws of Pakistan are published by the Government in a document called the Gazette of Pakistan. population and labor force explosion. children routinely worked grueling hours at abusive jobs. Pakistan labor laws trace their origination to legislation inherited from India at the time of partition of the Indo-Pak subcontinent. Prior to the passage of labor laws.Executive Summary The varied body of law applied to such matters as employment. and have also found that their disability often counted against them in the labor market. Particularly in competitive economies. trade unions. women and ethnic minorities have faced discrimination that limited their job prospects. conditions of work. economist Joseph Stieglitz argues in his book "The Price of Inequality.

trade unions. Detractors of minimum-wage laws say they discourage businesses from hiring more workers. 1934 no adult employee. 1958 stipulates that upon the completion of four months employment or qualifying period. a worker may have up to six weeks prenatal and postnatal leave during which she is paid a salary drawn on the basis of her last pay. 8 |Page . Labour Law: Definition: The varied body of law applied to such matters as employment. In its most comprehensive sense the term includes social security and disability insurance as well.Under the Factories Act. Objective of labour law Fair Wages:The minimum wage is among the best known labor laws. as business owners frequently want their jobs to pay more than minimum wage in order to attract qualified workers. defined as a worker who has completed his or her 18th year of age. or property. Particularly in competitive economies. the elements of labor law are somewhat less homogeneous than the rules governing a particular legal relationship. can be required or permitted to work in any establishment in excess of nine hours a day and 48 hours a week. Similarly. and industrial relations. no young person The Maternity Benefit Ordinance." The minimum wage ensures that there is a floor below which worker pay cannot fall. economist Joseph Stiglitz argues in his book "The Price of Inequality. Unlike the laws of contract. It also can elevate wages. . remuneration. conditions of work. tort. workers often don't have the ability to leave jobs that pay unfairly.

children routinely worked grueling hours at abusive jobs. Protecting the Disabled:Disabled people have faced challenges in finding work. Child labor laws limit the number of hours children under the age of 18 can work per week. PARTS OF LABOUR POLICY 9 |Page . Ensuring the hallway is wide enough for a wheelchair is one example of a reasonable accommodation. women and ethnic minorities have faced discrimination that limited their job prospects. place restrictions on the time of day children can work and ensure that children do not work in jobs declared unsafe by the U. and have also found that their disability often counted against them in the labor market. subjected them to workplace abuses and greatly reduced the wages they could expect. to pay equal pay for equal work and to institute policies that limit or prevent structural discrimination.Equal Opportunity:For hundreds of years. Protecting Children:Prior to the passage of labor laws. workers might expect to work 12 hour days. an employer must make reasonable accommodations for the disabled. Labor laws ensure that employers do not discriminate against the disabled and mandate that. seven days per week. Working HoursLabor laws limit the number of hours per week employers can require work from their employees without paying overtime. Labor laws protect equal opportunity by requiring employers to give equal consideration to underrepresented groups. Labor Secretary. Labor laws protect against such practices and require that employees are compensated differentially for working unusual hours. Decades ago. if a person is otherwise able to do the job.S.

Some of the maladies were described by Pliny and classed as “diseases of slaves. producing the same sort of evils and industrial maladies known and regulated in our own times. • Article 25 lays down the right to equality before the law and prohibition of discrimination on the grounds of sex alone. though frequently it was predominantly. ensuring that children and women are not employed in vocations unsuited to their age or sex. • Article 18 proscribes the right of its citizens to enter upon any lawful profession or occupation and to conduct any lawful trade or business. • Article 11 of the Constitution prohibits all forms of slavery. and for maternity benefits for women in employment. forced labor and child labor. Labour laws in Pakistan: The Constitution of Pakistan contains a range of provisions with regards to labor rights found in Part II: Fundamental Rights and Principles of Policy. • Article 37(e) makes provision for securing just and humane conditions of work. Other important points which also part of this law are:  Labor Legislation  Contract of Employment  Termination of the Contract  Working Time and Rest Time  Working hours 10 | P a g e .History of labor law: concerns the development of labor law as a way of regulating and improving the life of people at work. In the great civilizations of antiquity there were great aggregations of labor which was not solely." And he gave descriptions of processes. Some of the features of manufacture and mining on a great scale arose. slave labor. • Article 17 provides for a fundamental right to exercise the freedom of association and the right to form unions.

11 | P a g e . The Ministry of Justice. Paid Leave  Maternity Leave and Maternity Protection  Other Leave Entitlements  Minimum Age and Protection of Young Workers  Equality  Pay Issues  Registration of trade unions These all points are also the part of Pakistani constitution and it is also declared that the Federal Laws of Pakistan are published by the Government in a document called the Gazette of Pakistan. Law and Parliamentary Affairs in addition publishes individual Acts through the Official Gazette.

population and labor force explosion. the government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has introduced a number of labor policies. The laws have evolved through a continuous process of trial to meet the socioeconomic conditions. farm workers or casual labor engaged by contractors. growth of trade unions. since its independence to mirror the shifts in governance from martial law to democratic governance. The Ordinance applies to all industrial and commercial establishments throughout the country employing 20 or more workers and provides for security of employment.Labor Legislation: Pakistan labor laws trace their origination to legislation inherited from India at the time of partition of the Indo-Pak subcontinent. and to conduct any lawful trade or business. In the case of workers in other establishments. the Industrial and Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance was enacted in 1968 to address the relationship between employer and employee and the contract of employment. Contract of employment: While Article 18 of the Constitution affords every citizen with the right to enter upon any lawful profession or occupation. Every employer in an industrial or commercial establishment is required to issue a formal appointment letter at the time of employment of each worker 12 | P a g e . state of industrial development. their labor contracts are generally unwritten and can be enforced through the courts on the basis of oral evidence or past practice. level of literacy. To meet the above named objectives. domestic servants. Government’s commitment to development and social welfare.

All terminations of service in any form must be documented in writing stating the reasons for such an act. retrenched. Forms of termination have been described as removed. either him or herself. If a worker is aggrieved by an order of termination he or she may proceed under Section 46 of the Industrial Relations Ordinance 2002. discharged or dismissed from service.Termination of the Contract: The services of a permanent worker cannot be terminated for any reason other than misconduct unless one month’s notice or wages in lieu thereof has been furnished by the employer or by the worker if he or she so chooses to leave his or her service. aimed at regulating the labor-management relations in the country. Other categories of workers are not entitled to notice or pay in lieu of notice. in writing. 13 | P a g e . and bring his or her grievance to the attention of his or her employer. through the shop steward or through his or her trade union within three months of the occurrence of the cause of action. One month’s wages are calculated on the basis of the average wage earned during the last three months of service.

the Mines Maternity Benefit Act. 1941 is applicable to women employed in the mines in Pakistan. employing ten or more workers. a worker may have up to six weeks prenatal and postnatal leave during which she is paid a salary drawn on the basis of her last pay. 14 | P a g e . 1958 stipulates that upon the completion of four months employment or qualifying period. * Maternity Leave and Maternity Protection: While article 37 of the Constitution makes reference to maternity benefits for women in employment. or by intermittent periods of involuntary unemployment not exceeding thirty days in the aggregate. can be required or permitted to work in any establishment in excess of nine hours a day and 48 hours a week. under the age of 18. Similarly. The Provincial Governments are further empowered to extend the provisions of the Act. or by a lock-out. A worker shall be deemed to have completed a period of twelve months continuous service in a factory notwithstanding any interruption in service during those twelve months brought about by sickness. The Factories Act. one federal and the other provincial providing maternity benefits to women employed in certain occupations. Similarly. If a worker fails in any one such period of twelve months to take the whole of the holidays allowed to him or her. It also places restrictions on the dismissal of the woman during her maternity leave. no young person. which governs the conditions of work of industrial labor. to even five workers. * Paid Leave: As provided in the Factories Act. every worker who has completed a period of twelve months continuous service in a factory shall be allowed. holidays for a period of fourteen consecutive days. or by a strike which is not an illegal strike. The Ordinance is applicable to all industrial and commercial establishments employing women excluding the tribal areas. 1934 no adult employee. there are two central enactments. can be required or permitted to work in excess of seven hours a day and 42 hours a week. The Maternity Benefit Ordinance. during the subsequent period of twelve months. and authorized leave shall be deemed not to include any weekly holiday allowed under section 35 which occurs at beginning or end of an interruption brought about by the leave. any holidays not taken by him or her shall be added to the holidays allotted to him or her in the succeeding period of twelve months.Working Time and Rest Time: Working hours: Under the Factories Act. accident or authorized leave not exceeding ninety days in the aggregate for all three. applies to factories. defined as a worker who has completed his or her 18th year of age. 1934.

Service Sales Corporation (Pvt. and rubber production facilities in Gujrat and Muridke.A humble venture of friends has grown into a Group that makes a difference in lives of millions of people every day today. Ch. named Ch. Muhammad Hussain (Late) – both from Gujarat district and Ch. Humility. The industry started manufacturing various types of shoes. fairness. they were only manufacturing handbags and some other sports goods. quality. Today. SIL is also the leading exporter of footwear. reliability and customer acceptance.) Ltd. Lahore.In 1954. tubes. fresh from college who established Service Industries more than 50 years ago. Service Sales Corporation (Pvt. availability. Our Mission:To be a result oriented and profitable Company by consistently improving market share. Nazar Muhammad (Late). At that time. and respect were the values close to the heart of these founders and it were these values that led to phenomenal success of the Group over the years. Later management shifted the factory from Lahore to Gujrat. tyres. Muhammad Saeed (Late) from Gujranwala District. the production side of the company has flourished into Service Industries Limited (SIL) which has world-class shoes.  To emerge as a growth oriented ensuring optimum return and value addition to its shareholders. started business in 1941 at a small scale in Lahore. World class and Diversified Company which leverages its brands and its people. – the Group’s marketing company – was established in 1959. presentation. This started production in the same year. energetic. diversity. Within years their business flourished remarkably and they were supplying their products to every corner of India at the time of Partition.Introduction of service industry The story of ‘Services’ begins with a group of friends . they installed a shoe manufacturing plant at industrial area Gulberg. (SSC) is today Pakistan’s leading footwear retailer which is also diversifying into other businesses. 15 | P a g e .) Ltd. These young men.young.. Our Vision: To become a Global.  To ensure cost consciousness in decision making and operations without compromising the commitment to quality.

Middle East. we endeavor to delight our customers with the very best products and services.  To set up highly ethical business standards and be a good corporate citizen.  To keep abreast with modern technology and designs to optimize production and enhance brand image to attain international recognition for the Company’s product. Sharing in their moments both big and small. and a growing international footprint in Europe. Services has been their companion in happiness for over 50 years. Brands Starting its journey as a single retail footwear outlet. At the heart of all our endeavors lies the spirit of our countrymen. Services and its roots are grounded firmly in Pakistan and its people. the brand today has a 400+ stores presence in Pakistan. their lives and their dreams. 2000+ dealer-base. Evolving an effective leadership by creating a highly professional and motivated management team fully equipped to meet any challenge. And with our commitment to constant innovation and uncompromising quality. and many other regions of the world. To create an efficient resource management and conducive business environment. We understand their needs. contributing towards the development of the national economy and assisting charitable causes. LABOR POLICIES of Services industry • E1 Naseer Ahmad • E2 Qaisar Ali • E3 • E4 16 | P a g e saqib Ali Nadeem Hanif .

Q. There is no deduction of salary in case of leave.so there is no penalty is charged to them to terminate the contract.1: Are employee hired on contract basis and what effect on them to termination the contract? E1 Ans: No employee are hired not only contract basis .so there is no penalty is charged to them to terminate the contract E2 Ans: No employee are hired not only contract basis .so there is no penalty is charged to them to terminate the contract.so there is no penalty is charged to them to terminate the contract. E3 Ans: No employee are hired not only contract basis .• E5 Babar nadeem Q. E4 Ans: No employee are hired not only contract basis . offered by the organization. E2 17 | P a g e . leave can be applied through application.2: Can employee apply the leave and receive the salary of their or not? E1 Ans: Any employees can get 12 leave at any time in case of emergency. E5 Ans: No employee are hired not only contract basis .so there is no penalty is charged to them to terminate the contract.

Organizations offers the shift 8 hours to every employee. There is no deduction of salary in case of leave. E4 Ans: Any employees can get 12 leave at any time in case of emergency. There is no deduction of salary in case of leave. leave can be applied through application. leave can be applied through application. Employee can select shift of their choice and employees or allowed to extra work on Sunday. offered by the organization. leave can be applied through application. offered by the organization. and the employees receive extra amount them normally of this over time.3 : How many working hours allowed by organization normally? E1 Ans. Q. E5 Ans: Any employees can get 12 leave at any time in case of emergency. and the employees receive extra amount them normally of this over time.Organizations offers the shift 8 hours to every employee. E3 18 | P a g e . There is no deduction of salary in case of leave. There is no deduction of salary in case of leave. Employee can select shift of their choice and employees or allowed to extra work on Sunday. E3 Ans: Any employees can get 12 leave at any time in case of emergency. offered by the organization. leave can be applied through application. offered by the organization. E2 Ans.Ans: Any employees can get 12 leave at any time in case of emergency.

So it takes a lot time to pay wages to every worker the last date of salary payment to worker is 8 of next month. But if there’s Saturday or Sunday on 8th then worker will receive on the next working day.Organizations offers the shift 8 hours to every employee. and the employees receive extra amount them normally of this over time. Employee can select shift of their choice and employees or allowed to extra work on Sunday.Organizations offers the shift 8 hours to every employee. and the employees receive extra amount them normally of this over time. Employee can select shift of their choice and employees or allowed to extra work on Sunday. Q. E3 19 | P a g e .Ans. Hand over the salary to their worker in cash. and the employees receive extra amount them normally of this over time. So it takes a lot time to pay wages to every worker the last date of salary payment to worker is 8 of next month.4: How the organization handle the pay issue of the employees? E1 Ans: The major issue of salary payment is that the organization.Organizations offers the shift 8 hours to every employee. Hand over the salary to their worker in cash. E4 Ans. E2 Ans: The major issue of salary payment is that the organization. Employee can select shift of their choice and employees or allowed to extra work on Sunday. E5 Ans. But if there’s Saturday or Sunday on 8th then worker will receive on the next working day.

Hand over the salary to their worker in cash.Ans: The major issue of salary payment is that the organization. E4 Ans: The major issue of salary payment is that the organization. But if there’s Saturday or Sunday on 8th then worker will receive on the next working day. But provide better facilities and E4 20 | P a g e .5: Does organization give equality to their workers? E1 Ans: The organization treat equally to their workers services to their management staff . So it takes a lot time to pay wages to every worker the last date of salary payment to worker is 8 of next month. Q. So it takes a lot time to pay wages to every worker the last date of salary payment to worker is 8 of next month. But if there’s Saturday or Sunday on 8th then worker will receive on the next working day. So it takes a lot time to pay wages to every worker the last date of salary payment to worker is 8 of next month. E5 Ans: The major issue of salary payment is that the organization. Hand over the salary to their worker in cash. But if there’s Saturday or Sunday on 8th then worker will receive on the next working day. E2 But provide better facilities and Ans :The organization does not treat equally to their worker a.g gender discrimination and favoritism the employee E3 Ans: The organization treat equally to their workers services to their management staff . Hand over the salary to their worker in cash.

Any worker can pause his or her worker to offer prayers.Ans: The organization treat equally to their workers services to their management staff . as per doctor recommendation his medically facilitated by the organization. E2 Ans: Normally there break of 45 mints for rest.ln case of employee is injured he can take rest or can get leave. E4 Ans: Normally there break of 45 mints for rest. E5 21 | P a g e .ln case of employee is injured he can take rest or can get leave.ln case of employee is injured he can take rest or can get leave. as per doctor recommendation his medically facilitated by the organization. Any worker can pause his or her worker to offer prayers. as per doctor recommendation his medically facilitated by the organization. 6: How much time is given by the organization for rest to their employees? E1 Ans: Normally there break of 45 mints for rest. But provide better facilities and E5 The organization does not treat equally to their worker a. E3 Ans: Normally there break of 45 mints for rest. Any worker can pause his or her worker to offer prayers.ln case of employee is injured he can take rest or can get leave. as per doctor recommendation his medically facilitated by the organization.g gender discrimination and favoritism the employee Q. Any worker can pause his or her worker to offer prayers.

Q. a personal manger and supervisions are provided by the management to overlook the labour work and to solve their problems. a personal manger and supervisions are provided by the management to overlook the labour work and to solve their problems. a personal manger and supervisions are provided by the management to overlook the labour work and to solve their problems.lf the employees not receive their salary till the due date then their strike and stops worker E5 22 | P a g e .7 :ls the labour union exist in the organization and what the role of labour union? E1 Ans: There is no labour union exist in the company. a personal manger and supervisions are provided by the management to overlook the labour work and to solve their problems.lf the employees not receive their salary till the due date then their strike and stops worker. E2 Ans: There is no labour union exist in the company. Any worker can pause his or her worker to offer prayers.Ans: Normally there break of 45 mints for rest.ln case of employee is injured he can take rest or can get leave.lf the employees not receive their salary till the due date then their strike and stops worker E3 Ans: There is no labour union exist in the company.lf the employees not receive their salary till the due date then their strike and stops worker E4 Ans: There is no labour union exist in the company. as per doctor recommendation his medically facilitated by the organization.

so there should be such rewards and benefits that if employees achieve the targets then they should be satisfied.  ln case of employee is injured he can take rest or can get leave.Ans: There is no labour union exist in the company.  Services should allow some degree of freedom in its policies and work procedures and policies according to the environment and conditions of Pakistan without having to ask for permission every time. a personal manger and supervisions are provided by the management to overlook the labour work and to solve their problems.  Rewards and compensations are not satisfying to its employees.   To keep abreast with modern technology and designs to optimize production and enhance brand image to attain international recognition for the Company’s product. as per doctor recommendation his medically facilitated by the organization  Mangament solve the problem of employees and Salary issues 23 | P a g e .lf the employees not receive their salary till the due date then their strike and stops worker Conclusion  Pakistan has more than 70 law to related labour issue.The government of Pakistan is Consolidation and rationalization of labour law.  The organization treat equally to their workers But provide better facilities and services to their management staff .

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