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According to Proud, Welfare work refers to the effort on the part of employee to improve within in the existing Industrial

system, the condition of employment in their own factories. According to Arthur james Todd, welfare as anything done for the comfort or improvement and social of the employees over and above the wages paid, which is not a necessity of the industry. By Ann Davis, Lucy Gibson Describes a process through which organizations might seek to implement interventions relating to employee wellbeing. Emphasizes the importance of a comprehensive needs assessment both in obtaining the breadth of information needed to design appropriate interventions and also in providing baseline information against which to evaluate programme effectiveness. Discusses factors which influence the type of intervention appropriate for a particular situation and highlights their design implications. Finally, provides guidance on programme implementation and evaluation, and discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches to tertiary welfare provision. ndustrial Relations Journal 36:5, 348366

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Cooperative unionism and employee welfare

Michael White


Using British national survey data, this article assesses the impact of unions on

management practices to reduce labour costs, implement high-performance work

systems, and make employee welfare provisions. Relative to non-union workplaces,

those with unions are found to have practices which are consistent with mutual gains


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A study on labour welfare measures in Salem steel plant Jayanthi K.*, Guest Lecturer, Kumar P. Ashok**, Ph.D Research Scholar, Manju V.***, Guest Lecturer * Department of Commerce, Government Arts College, Dharmapuri. ** Department of Commerce, Annamalai University. *** Department of Commerce, Government Arts College, Dharmapuri. Online published on 13 March, 2012. Abstract An Industry is the back bone of any country. Industry depends more on the meaning viewed both in the developing as well under developed economics. Industry is a process of growth which organically linked both to the social and economic development. Iron and steel Industry forms the base of all Industrial activity. This study examines the significance and objectives of Labour Welfare. Keeping this view the reaches felt that it is necessary to study the impact of labour welfare on Salem Steel plant. This helps to promote industrial relations and to reduce the level of absenteeism. The present study explores aspects like the various Labour Welfare provided by the Salem Steel Plant to its employees and the attitudes of the worker's towards the various welfare provided by the Industry. This study designed to provide an understanding of Questionnaire in Salem Steel Plant and the analysis is pertinent to study the statutory and Non statutory welfare measures on employees of Salem Steel Plant, it also analyze the impact of Labour Welfare on the productivity of Salem Steel Plant. The findings help to provide valuable information to the Labour Welfare a good impression of workers on employers. Top Keywords Labour Welfare Measures, Labour welfare schemes, Steel industry, Workers satisfaction.