Labour Welfare Provision’s

PREFACE

The Gulbarga University P.G. Centre Nandihalli department consisted of many department among social department of social work is one. Social work department consist its own subject in the optical and practical based subject it consist its own element. Studies in Social work department has its own specific aspect Viz; there is a Social work done for first semester student study tour and third and fourth semester there is a project work and black placement respectively fro the point of view of improving knowledge and they compulsory for social work students to serve the society and maximum level as profession social works at beginning from training stage social problems in huge depth and with scientific knowledge. In third semester having project work is one of curriculum activity means what ever social work students learn in the class room about a particular subject that al l students study particularly in the field, through it students will get perfect knowledge and idea about particular subject or problems. This project work has taken sufficient time to study.

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CHAPTER: - 1
INTRODUCTION

Defines it as the Voluntary efforts of the employers to establish, within the existing industrial system, working and some times leaving and cultural condition of employees beyond what is required by law, the customs of the industry and the condition of market.

Welfare is a broad concept referring to a state of living of an individual or a group in a desirable relationship with the total environment ecological economic and social. Define Labour welfare include both the social and economic contents of welfare. Social welfare is primarily concerned with the solution of various problems of the weaker section like prevention of destitution and poverty. It aims at social development by such means as social legislation, social reforms, social work and social action, the object of economic welfare is to promote economic development by increasing production and productivity and through equitable distribution. Conceptually and operationally. It covers a broad field

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and can notes a state of well being, happiness, satisfaction, conservation and development of human resources.

Concept of Labour welfare
Labour welfare may be viewed as a total concept, as a social concept and as a relative concept. Is a desirable state of existence involving the physical, mental, moral and emotional well being. These four elements together constitute the structure of welfare, on which its totality is based. The social concept of welfare implies the welfare of man his family and his community. All these three aspects are interrelated and work together in a three dimensional approach. The relative concept of welfare implies that welfare is relative in time and place. It is dynamic and flexible concept and hence its meaning and content differ from time to time, reason to reason industry to industry, and country to county, depending upon the value system, level of education, social customs, political system, degree of industrialization and general standard of the socio-economic development of the people. Labour welfare implies the setting up of minimum desirable standards and the provisions of facilities like health, food, clothing,

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housing and so on. Such facilities enable the worker and his family to lead a good work life, family life and social life. Labour welfare also operates to neutralize the harmful effects of large scale industrialization, urbanization and Globalization.

Labour welfare provision
 Washing Facility: -

It was the royal commission on labour which noted that the provision of suitable washing facilities for all employees through desirable was deficient in many factories. The worker who lives in crowded areas has inadequate facilities for washing and bathing at home. Provision of such facilities would add to his comfort, health and efficiency. The workers engaged in dirty processes. Suitable washing place and water should be made available compulsorily. Section 42 of the factories Act lays down that every factory has to provide adequate and suitable washing facilities separately for the fuse of mal and female workers.

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oil mills. such facilities shall include the provisions of separates room. As per the Maharashtra Factories rules 1963. of Social work . tanneries and the like. a state government my make rules for the provision of suitable places for keeping clothing not worn during working house and for the drying of wet clothing.Labour Welfare Provision’s  Facilities for storing and drying clothing: It is only the factories Act which has incorporated such a provision under section 43 of the Act. pegs. It enables them to take advantages of any opportunity for rest which may direct the occupier of any factory to provide suitable searing arrangements as far as practicable. in the case of all factories where mechanical power is used a first Dept. chemical factories. Or other arrangement provide by the chief inspector in all class of facilities such as engineering worker shops.  First Aid Appliances: The royal Commission on Labour recommended that. Lockers.  Facilities for Sitting: Every factory has to provide necessary sitting arrangements particularly for workers who are obliged to work in a standing position. Iron and Steel worker. motor garages.

Every factory must provide and maintain first-aid boxes or cupboards equipped with the prescribed contents. These should be readily accessible during all working house. In case there are more than 500 workers. which need not involve any great out lay should be provided and maintained indifferent departments according to the basis to be laid down by local governments.Labour Welfare Provision’s aid box of prescribed standard. Rest rooms and lunch room: Every factory employing more that 150 worker must provide adequate and suitable shelters or rest rooms and a lunch room. an ambulance room of the prescribed equipment is to be provided under the charge of qualified medical and nursing staff. But in case a canteen is maintained in accordance with the a lunch room exists no worker will be allowed to eat food in the work room.  Shelters. Steps should be taken to ensure that there are person on the appliances in the proper manner in case of need. with provision for drinking water where workers can eat meals brought by them. of Social work . Each first aid box or cupboards is to be kept in the change of separate responsible by the state government. These Dept. The number of such boxes or cupboards must not be less than one for every 150 workers.

Labour Welfare Provision’s are to be sufficiently lighted and ventilated and to be maintained in a cool and clean condition. workshops and the like are to be provided for taking food and rest. exempt any factory or class or description of factories from the requirements of section 47. It may be notification in the official Gazette. Any canteen maintained under these rules may be regarded as per of the requirement of this rule. The Mines rules have laid down that in every Mine where more than 150 persons are ordinarily employed adequate and suitable shelters at or near loading wharves. furniture and other equipment for shelters. They are to be maintained in a clean and comfortable condition and are to be provided with proper lighting and ventilator arrangements.  Canteens: - Dept. rest room and lunch rooms. of Social work . accommodation. According to section 9 of the motor transport workers at the employer is required to provide rest room or any other suitable alternative accommodation at places where motor transport workers employed in motor transport undertaking are required to halt at night. The state government may prescribe the standards in respect of construction. open cast workings.

The state government is empowered to make rules in respect of standards.Labour Welfare Provision’s The ILO. lighting and ventilation.  Crèches: - The factories act lays down that in any factory. The Act states that the crèche should be under the care of women trained in child care and the crèche should be under the care of women trained in child care and should have adequate accommodation. mentioned this facility and felt that a competent authority in each country should guide establishment with regard to nutrition. in its recommendation 1022. with more than 50 women workers. finance etc. Each state government has framed its own rules. In India the factory act places responsibility on state governments to make rules that in any specified factory with more that 250 workers. should be provided and certain standard have responsentation in the management of the canteens. a crèches should be provided and maintained for children under 6 year in clean and sanitary conditions. equipment and facilities. The need for kinder garden classes in crèches for children 3 and 6 years was also felt. hygiene. of Social work . Dept. Mothers are also to be given time to feed their children at necessary for the crèche staff. a canteen or canteens.

Air India. employees take pride in the extracurricular achievement of their workers and it is often a prestige issue.  Transport services: - Dept. However the recreational than those at the disposal of an average citizen. of Social work . The facilities provided for recreation. the Railway and the defense services to name few. Hindustan lever. Association (Bombay now Bombay) Hindustan steel. when the provisions of facilities for recreation. 1. LIC. These facilities are sometimes provided. mill owners. Today. This is in contrast to the situation 25 years ago.Labour Welfare Provision’s  Recreation facilities: - Though there is no statutory provision in this sphere. a good example has been set by many progressive employers both in the public and private sector like the tutus. At the workplace or on a 2. broadly speaking. Community basis. Are deter mined by the resources available for this purpose in the enterprise and the importance accorded to it by the employer. BHEL. sports and culture activities were made reluctantly.

which is most often technological. has to cope with change. The Indian industrial commission (1918) and the Royal commission realized the importunacy and necessity of improving housing condition of industrial workers and suggested various measures. of Social work . the labour investigation committee reviewed housing Dept. In 1944.  Housing: Recommendation 115 of the ILO states that housing should be a matter of national policy. since the public transport system is not fully developed and hardly efficient the fatigue of travel to and from work has detrimental effects on the attendance pattern of workers.Labour Welfare Provision’s The growth of industrial states and workshops outside the city has a made commuting a problem for workers in India.  Education facilities: Education whether for the citizen or the industrial worker. sense in a sense. The literate worker is naturally more essential. is of equal importance since the latter even if he workers in a factory. it is an investment in training the work force of the indicate that no tangible efforts have been made to eradicate illiteracy among workers.

➢ To know the Employees problems in working conditions. ➢ Employees get stable Labour force by providing welfare facilities.2 Importance of the Study ➢ The provide better physical and mental health to workers. of Social work . ➢ Those promote a healthy work environment. ➢ Employees take active interest I their jobs and work with feeling of a involvement and participation. Dept.Labour Welfare Provision’s condition in principal-urban areas and found industrial housing from satisfactory. ➢ To know the relationship between the management and workers. CHAPTER .

Dept. ➢ To analyse the Employees level of satisfaction regarding wages and salary provide. ➢ To now awareness about the Employees law among the welfare provisions. ➢ To now the Employees problems in working conditions. of Social work .Labour Welfare Provision’s Objectives of the study ➢ To know the provide better life and health to the workers. ➢ To understand the relation between the Employees and management.

Among this legislations. Workers appears in several in million of workmen in almost all the various of industries like factories.Labour Welfare Provision’s Statement of problem The problem of labour has been world wide problem. automobile industry. of Social work . mines. A few are in nature of providing labour welfare and social security measures to these labour class or factories act maternity benefit act ESI Act and minimum wage act these legislation are mandatory in nature imposing on the employees to Dept. In order to protect them from exportation by the employees all of legislations are proposed. transport sector and plantations.

Labour Welfare Provision’s extended the benefit provided by in these legislation to all the labour with out fail. Jindal India is now a Jindal Organization. Dept. of Social work . OM PRAKASH JINDAL established Jindal in 1952 with small units making steel. In this project study an attempt has been made to indentify the problem faced by the labour at their work place and find out whether all the provision or labour welfare are implemented and monitory properly at Jindal South West Limited in Sandur detailed in suggest alternative method for implementing in the industry. After 40 years of its inception.3 COMPANY PROFILE Jindal organization is the fastest growing group with enviable business trend record and the strong market presence in India today. CHAPTER .

is the largest integrated private steel manufacturer in India in terms of installed capacity. is today one of the low cost steel producers in the world.2 million tons per annum to its at Vijayanagar Plant to achieve 11 MTPA by 2011. JSW’s history can be traced back to 1982. JSW Steel has also formed a joint venture for setting up a steel plant in Georgia. It has established a strong presence in the global value-added steel segment with the acquisition of a steel mill in US and a Service Center in UK. in order to achieve the vision of moving up the value chain and building a strong. It is been ranked 2nd among top 32 ‘World Class’ steelmakers by World Steel Dynamic (June 2010). the heart of the high-grade iron ore belt and spread over 3. when the Jindal Group acquired Piramal Steel Limited. It also has a plant at Salem with an annual capacity of 1 million tonne. It is on the threshold of a major expansion plan of adding 3. of Social work . which operated a mini steel mill at Tarapur in Maharashtra and renamed it as Jindal Iron and Steel Company (JISCO). the flagship company of the JSW Group. Dept. Jindal Vijayanagar Steel (JVSL) was setup with its plant located at Toranagallu in the Bellary-Hospet area in the State of Karnataka. The Company has further acquired iron ore mines in Chile and coal mines in USA & Mozambique. resilient company. In 1994.50 billion in little over a decade.Labour Welfare Provision’s JSW Steel.700 acres of land. It has grown to USD 2. JSW Steel.

By 2020 the company would be producing 32 million tons of steel annually with Greenfield integrated steel plants coming up in West Bengal and Jharkhand. USA to produce Galvalume sheets. sponge iron. It is the leading manufacturer of cold rolled. galvanized and colour coated steel with manufacturing facilities at Vasind & Tarapur in Maharashtra. slabs.. HR coils/ sheets.Labour Welfare Provision’s JSW Steel offers the entire gamut of steel products. With a head count of more than 25000 people.P. Colour coated coils/ sheets. under a technology licensing from BIEC International Inc. Rs. seamless tubes. pellets. 19. It is the first Indian Company. Ferro Dept. Ranked Fourth amongst the top Indian business houses in terms of sales/profits. after Reliance. Tata and Birla Group in terms of sales turnover in the private sector. Aiming themselves to become synonymous with steel. Galvanized coils/ sheets. CR coils. the group is the fourth largest in India. JSW Steel is the largest manufacturer and exporter of galvanized steel in India with its products exported to over 100 countries. of Social work .700 crore O. HR plates. they have consolidated their business by enhancing their capacities on manufacturing stainless steel. Jindal group has developed into a multi faced organization and is one of the largest steel producers in India with 12 plants in India and 2 in USA.

galvanization sheets or coils. 9. power generation and maritime infrastructure. Sajjan Jindal. power industrial gases. Jinda Group has a significant presence in areas such as industrial gases. hot rolled coils. Besides Iron and Steel.000 crore integrated entity encompassing steel. Each one is committed to consolidating its core strengths. size and scale of operations. power generation etc. The Group’s strength lies in its constituent companies. Dept. mineral and port business. JSW under the leadership of Mr.Labour Welfare Provision’s alloys etc. share a common mantra for success. the O. submerged are wielded pipes. rails. It ranks among the India’s top business houses in turnover. sponge iron. hot rolled plates. billets. of Social work . hot rolled plates. The focus now is to achieve a position of excellence in the global area and innovate the future for nation building.P. JSW is a dynamic Rs. stainless steel. excelling in its respective chosen areas of operating be it cold rolled sheets or coils. seamless tubes. integrated galvanized products and hot rolled coil sand moving into value added products like blade steel.

Post liberation corrective actions initiated. Installed capacity to rise from 25 million tons to 3181 million tons . Reduction of import tariff. of Social work . Removal of price regime. Removal of budgetary grants to sail. Dept. Abolition of steel development fund and freely equalization. De-reservation of steel industry.Labour Welfare Provision’s Present Status of the Industry India is world’s ninth largest producer and Asia’ fourth largest producer of steel.

services at a competitive price and to achieve customer satisfaction on time. ➢ Achieve business leadership through creative and innovation. ➢ Facilitating absolute decision-making through the adequate use of data ➢ Promoting a team based culture. Dept. ➢ Catalysts for growth of India’s steel and power industries. represents their faith. OBJECTIVES: ➢ Value and groom people for innovating the future. of Social work . ➢ Adopting environment friendly technology and to nature clean and healthy surroundings. and their core values. which encompasses human values and ethics. ➢ Delivering quality products. MISSION & Objectives VISION: “TRANSFORM STEEL DOMAIN THROUGH INNOVATIONS” MISSION: JSW words.Labour Welfare Provision’s VISION. their very beliefs.

Jt. of Social work . FIN. DIR. COMMER.GM GMDIR.Labour Welfare Provision’s ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE VPVP DIR and CEO MANAGING DIRECTORS GMM. GMMKTG.D. CHAIRMAN GM FIN ED MAIN GM COREX (OPERATIONAL) COMMER. (COSTING) STEEL COMMERCIAL FINANCE MARKETING (HRandFIN) OPERATION CCP TAINANCE Dept. GM GM VP.

environment and social performance (on 12th December. at New Delhi) CII-Exim Bank Award: “Commendation certificate for significant achievement towards business excellence” (on 1st November at Bangalore) TERI Corporate Social Responsibility Award: Dept. of Social work .Labour Welfare Provision’s Awards and Achievements The company and its employees are the proud recipients of the following awards during the year: IMEA Award Platinum Award by Frost and Sullivan’s India Manufacturing Excellence Awards (IMEA) (Metal Category) – Vijayanagar Work Green Tech Award: Gold Award in Metal sector for Outstanding Achievement in Environment Management by Green Tech Foundation U.K CII-ITC Sustainability Award: Commendation Certificate for Significant Achievement in economic.

Assistant Manager (RandD and SS). Satish Kumar. 2007. Rajendra. 500 crore.Labour Welfare Provision’s Certificate of appreciation in recognition of corporate leadership for good corporate citizenship and sustainable initiatives amongst corporations with a turnover of above Rs. at 45th National Metallurgists Day. Director (Project) received the National Metallurgist Award-2007. Dept. 2007. D. Young Metallurgist of the year award was jointly won by Mr. at Beijing (October 2007) Mr. IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award : Special Award for Performance Excellence in the manufacturing category (on 21st March 2008 at Mumbai) Tungabhadra Quality Circle Team won gold medal at ICCQC2007.K Tandon. Manager (SMS-1) at 45th National Metallurgists Day. of Social work . J. and Mr. T.

For extended illness a doctor’s certificate is asked by the organization. ATTENDANCE: Being at work regularly and on time important past of the overall job performance. PAID HOLIDAYS: Dept. telephone should be done to the concerned supervisor at the earliest possible on first day of absence. prevents employees from coming to work. of Social work . The administrative office is closed on every Sunday. The plants have timings that are regulated by services conditions prevailing at the locations.Labour Welfare Provision’s Labour working Rules and Regulations HOURS OF WORK and WEEKLY HOLIDAYS: The administrative office begins at 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

However. The employee can avail casual leave and sick leave during training/probationary period.Labour Welfare Provision’s Holidays are given to the calendar year system and will be from January to December. if it is found satisfactory. probation period may be extended on the sole discretion of the management. The period of probation would be mentioned in the appointment letter. LEAVE: An employee is entitled to avail EL only on confirmation and completion of one year of service. The probation period is to facilities assessment of the new entrant’s competence and suitability. should the performance be found unsatisfactory. confirmation is granted. The employees are eligible for 10 paid holidays in a year. of Social work . On completion of production performance is evaluated and. PROBATION: Any new recruit who joins the company will be put on a probation period of a period of 6 months. The list of holidays for the forthcoming year is released by the end of December every year. DEPUTATION: Dept.

It also throws light on the scope and limitation of the study it briefly tells about the data collection instruments method. In such a case the require employee may be put on deputation for that specific job. At any given point of time. Dept.4 Research Methodology The chapter deals with the research Method in the study. of Social work . Research Design Convenience Sampling design using a questionnaire method fallowed by descriptive research on a small universe was use in this study.Labour Welfare Provision’s Jindal Organization has various group companies under its wing. CHAPTER . a concerned company may request the services of any employee of another company for a particular assignment.

Primary Data 2. interview scheduled & questionnaire. Sampling Method The application of sampling techniques as been used that will be simple random sampling method. Secondary Data The secondary data about the topic were collected by shedding books and sources fro the company ore industry are also utilized for this purpose high value for research work & helped to draw conclusion. Dept. (Sequential list was used to select 50 Respondent) Research Design Description research design Method of Data Collection The Data for the research work collects from two sources that are 1. Secondary Data Primary Data Primary data are collected try method of interview. of Social work .Labour Welfare Provision’s Research Methodology is a way to systematically solve the research problem it studies the various step that are generally adopted to a research in studying his research problem.

Data Analysis & Interpretation TABLE -1 1.Labour Welfare Provision’s Tools of Data collection Tools used to collect Data & questionnaire Analyses & interpretation The information obtained by the research will be the analyzed & interpreted in the form of pie creates graphs table with in help of suitable statistics applies. of Social work . Limitation of Study 1. Age Respon Age se 18-25 25-35 35-50 Response 29 19 02 58% 38% 04% No. The main limitation is the shortage of time to complete the research work. of Percentage Dept. Due to the nature of working the respondents were busy in the factory and hence their was delay collection of data. 2.

TABLE-2 2.Labour Welfare Provision’s Total 50 100% Analysis: The above table shows that 58% of each of the respondent are in age group between 18 to 25 year of age also 25 to 35 years of respectively 38% of there are age of groups of between 35 to 50 years of age the remaining 04% of there are in the age group. Dept. of Response 14 36 50 Percentage 28% 72% 100% Analysis The above table shows. Married majority 100 that 72% of each of the respondent are in unmarried and 28% of respondent in Married. Marital Status Response Married Unmarried Total No. of Social work .

Tech 08% of the Respondents belongs to others 10% of the Respondents in ITI. TABLE-4 4. Education No. 1 2 3 4 ITI Diploma M. Education Qualification Sl. of Respondent 27 Percentage 54% Dept. No. 1 Salary 10. Monthly Income of Salary Sl. Tech Others Total Respondents 05 32 09 04 50 No. of Percentage 10% 64% 18% 08% 100% Analysis: Above table & area chart shows that majority of 64% of Respondents belongs to Diploma 18% of the Respondents belongs to M.000 to 20.Labour Welfare Provision’s TABLE-3 3. of Social work .000 No.

000 30.000/Salary 12% of the Respondents 30. Are you aware of the welfare facilities provided by the company to the workers.000/. Respondent 36 14 50 of Percentag e 72% 28% 100% Dept.000 above Total 17 06 50 34% 12% 100% Analysis: Above table chart shows the majority of Respondents 54% belongs to 10.salary 34% of the Respondents 20.000 to 30.000 above salary based.Labour Welfare Provision’s 2 3 20.000 to 30. 1 2 Response Yes No Total No. Sl. TABLE-5 5. of Social work . No.000 to 20.

of Percentage 42% 28% 12% 18% 100% Response Health facilities 21 Welfare & safety 14 facility Home & travelling 06 09 50 facility None of these Total Analysis: The above table shows the Response will be positively in this four facilities the respondents that Health facilities 42% welfare Dept.Labour Welfare Provision’s Analysis: The above table shows that 72% of the Respondents are aware of the welfare facilities remaining 28% of the Respondents are not aware of the welfare facilities. No. TABLE-6 6. of Social work . If yes mention any four facilities? Sl. 1 2 3 4 Response No.

Response 26 24 50 of Percentage 52% 48% 100% Analysis: The above table shows that 52% of the respondents are have the rest room at work place. remaining 48% of the respondents are not have the rest room at work place. TABLE-8 Dept.Labour Welfare Provision’s and safety facilities 28% and home and travelling facilities 12% none of these in 18% facilities. Do you have rest room facilities? Sl. No. TABLE-7 7. of Social work . 1 2 Response Yes No Total No.

1 2 Response Yes No Total No.Labour Welfare Provision’s 8. No. of Social work . No. Does the company provide drinking water facilities? Sl. Respondents 33 17 50 of Percentage 66% 34% 100% Dept. 1 2 Response Yes No Total No. Respondents 47 03 50 of Percentage 94% 06% 100% Analysis: From above table it can be seen that 94% of the respondents are getting the drinking water 06% of the respondents are not getting the drinking water. TABLE-9 9. Company whether employees compensation is provided for your organization? Sl.

I Others Total Response 29% 16% 05% 50 No. of Social work .F facilities.F E. Response No.Labour Welfare Provision’s Analysis:The above table 66% of the respondents will provided in compensation remaining 34% respondent will not provided in compensation in organization. 1 2 3 P.I facilities and 10% of people respondents getting other facilities TABLE-11 Dept. TABLE-10 10. 32% of people respondents E. of Percentage 58% 32% 10% 100% Analysis: Above table shows and majority respondent 58% P. What type of social security benefits are provided for your company? Sl.S.S.

No. No. TABLE-12 12.Labour Welfare Provision’s 11. If your job involve working with dust does provided mask in your company? No. of Sl. 22% of the respondents told is no employee welfare fund. of Sl. of Social work . 1 2 Response Yes No Total Respondents 43 07 50 Percentage 86% 14% 100% Dept. 1 2 Response Yes No Total Respondents 39 11 50 Percentage 78% 22% 100% Analysis: The above table shows that 78% of the respondents told employee welfare fund is there. Are there separate employee welfare fund in your company? No.

Do you have life assurance facility from your company? No. TABLE-13 13. Dept. 1 2 Response Yes No Total Respondents 40 10 50 Percentage 80% 20% 100% Analysis: The above table shows that 80% of the respondents told the life assurance facility from company also 20% of the respondents told the not the life assurance facilities in company. of Social work .Labour Welfare Provision’s Analysis: The above table shows that 86% of the respondents are agreed the company provided mask to employees and 14% of the respondents are not agreed in provided the mask. No. of Sl.

of Sl. Does the company provide safety appliances? Sl. Response No. 1 2 Response Respondents Yes No Total 45% 05% 50 90% 10% 100% Percentage Analysis: The above table it can be seen that 90% of the respondents are safety measures implements by the company and implemented by the company 10% of the Respondents company. not safety measures implemented this TABLE-15 15. Are there proper safety measures implemented by the company? No. No.Labour Welfare Provision’s TABLE-14 14. of Percentage Dept. No. of Social work .

Respondents 29 21 50 of Percentage 58% 42% 100% Analysis: - Dept. of Social work . TABLE-16 16. No.Do you get Social Security from your company? Sl. 1 2 Response Yes No Total No.Labour Welfare Provision’s Respondents 1 2 Yes No Total 44 06 50 88% 12% 100% Analysis: The above table shows that 88% of the respondents agreed the provide safety appliances also 12% of the respondents not agreed the provide safety appliances in the company.

000/of the monthly. Dept. home and travelling facilities.F / E. CHAPTER – 5 Results ✔ Majority 58% of the respondents are young aged group in the working place. ✔ Majority 52% of the respondents are working place in provided in rest room. ✔ Almost all the respondents are unmarried. of Social work . ✔ Majority 72% of the respondents are unmarried. ✔ Majority 78% of the respondent says that separate welfare fund in our company.Labour Welfare Provision’s The above table shows that 58% of the respondents told get a social security in this company also 42% of the respondents told not get the social security in the company. ✔ Majority 66% of the respondents are provided in compensation in organization. ✔ Almost all the 72% of respondents are company provided the welfare facilities. ✔ Majority 94% of the respondents are working place in provided drinking water facilities.S.to 20. ✔ Company also facilitate in health facilities and company managed in safety. ✔ Majority 54% of the respondents are 10. ✔ Almost all the respondent are says that P.I and others benefits provided in its company.000/.

➢ Provide good commission to the trading for future increase of sales. ➢ The company must give importance to sales promotion. ✔ Majority 88% of company provided in a safety appliances. ➢ Dealers meeting should be held once in 3 months to solve the problem of dealers and to take their valuable suggestion. ➢ Employees have to be given training for handling their jobs. ✔ Majority of 90% of the respondents safety measures implemented in the company. give incentives. of Social work . ➢ It should develop customer sensitiveness. ➢ Training program is necessary to all the workers. ✔ Majority 80% of the respondent life assurance in the company. ✔ Majority of 58% of get the social security in the company. to improve the quality of production.Labour Welfare Provision’s ✔ Majority 86% of the respondent provided in mask. reduces the cost it should also be seen that where orders Dept. SUGGESTIONS ➢ JSW must enter into new markets.

Labour Welfare Provision’s given must supplied at right time and at right place to the customer so as to maximize customer satisfaction Recommendations ○ Health facilities.F / E. of Social work . Dept. ○ Addition to Encourage employees in P.I and other benefits are given a employees in company. ○ The company give a more compensation is a providing employees at company. Welfare and safety and also travelling facility extended for the benefiting all employees. ○ Working place providing in a rest room all the employees.S.

jsw ltd. Industrial Relation By. of Social work . Mamoria.M. Dept. 3.net journals.Labour Welfare Provision’s BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Aspects of Labour welfare and Social Security By. Sharma. 2. A. Arora. www. 4.com / jsw. Dynamic of Industrial Relation By.

Labour Welfare Provision’s CONCLUSION I am successful in completing the project with the available information provide the knowing of a study on Labour Welfare provisions among the J. to all the employees and also monitoring well the facilities under very well. of Social work . All the employees are well co-operative with project study and aware of all the welfare facilities. Dept. drinking water. The company also encouraging employees by providing sports and recreation and also aware of the safety measures.W Ltd. However the company have giving a social security benefits providing a this organization. that are extended by the management for benefits of the employees company as welfare facilities like Aid. canteen.S. Boxed.

G. Center Nandihalli Sandur QUESTIONNAIRE 1.S. III Semester P.Labour Welfare Provision’s GULBARGA UNIVERSITY JNANA SAROVARA P. G.G.W. Mallappa. At Sandur Taluk”.W. Guest Lecturer Dept. Center Nandihalli Sandur RESEARCHGUIDE Sri. Age: A) 18 to 25 years ( ) B) 25 to 35 years ( ) C) 35 to 50 years ( ) D) 50 years above ( ) Dept.G.S.G. CENTER NANDIHALLI SANDUR RESEARCH TOPIC: . RESEARCHER Mr.“A Study on Labour welfare provisions among the J. Madhusudhan M. of Social work . Ltd. B. of Social Work P.

of Social work . Education Qualification: A) I. Are you aware of the welfare facilities provided by the company to the workers.I B) Diploma ( ) C) M. Religious: A) Hindu ( ) B) Muslim ( ) C) Christian ( ) D) Others ( ) 1.000 ( ) B) 20. If yes mention any four facilities? A) Health facilities ( ) C) welfare and safety facilities B) Home and travelling facilities ( ) D) None of these ( ) Dept. Marital status: A) Married B) Unmarried ( ) 1.Labour Welfare Provision’s 1.000 ( ) C) Above ( ) 1. Department are you satisfied with the job A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.000 to 20. Gender: A) Male ( ) B) Female ( ) 1.T.000 to 30. Monthly Income: A) 10. Tech D) Others ( ) 1.

Does the Company provide drinking water facilities? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. of Social work . Are there first aid boxes provided at work place and maintained well A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Do you have rest room facilities A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Whether the company is provided the loan facility? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Does the company provide uniforms and washing facilities? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Are you using company loan facility? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) Dept. It there separate hospital for the employees and family members/ A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.Labour Welfare Provision’s 1. Do you washing facilities at your work place A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Does the company provided the canteen facilities? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Are there sufficient number of washing taps with water? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.

If your job involve working with dust does provided mask in your company? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.Labour Welfare Provision’s 1. of Social work .C ( ) B) P. In company whether employees compensation is provided for your organization? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Are there sports and recreation facilities for the employees? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Are there educational institution run by the company for the benefit of the employee children? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.F ( ) C) E. Are there separate employee welfare fund in your company? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. If yes what type of social security benefits are provided for your Company? A) L.I ( ) D) Others ( ) 1. Do you have life assurance facility from your company? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Are provide accommodation on your company? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.S.I. Are there proper safety measures implemented by the company? Dept.

Labour Welfare Provision’s A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Does the company educate employee for Labour awareness to safety? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. Does the company provide safety appliances? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1. What about your opinion in Labour welfare provision: - Dept. of Social work . Do you get social security from your company? A) Yes ( ) B) No ( ) 1.

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