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PRESENTED BY: RICHA GOENKA (GG032) SALVI GUPTA (GG034)

WHAT IS EMPLOYEE WELFARE?


Referred to as

betterment work for employees. Relates to taking care of the well being of workers by employers, trade unions, governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

Merits
Motivates employees

Employee Retention
Minimized social evils Better Job satisfaction

Cuts down labor turnover

Demerits
Huge investment

The space and the

facilities could be better used for the community. Duplication of facilities. Gratitude is not a prime motivating factor.

INSIDE WORKPLACE

HEALTH CARE

WORK ENVIORNMENT

RECREATION ROOMS

CHILD CARE

OUTSIDE

SCHOOL

BANKS

TRANSPORT

SECURITY

COMMUNICATION

HOUSING

WELFARE ACTIVITIES

BY GOVERNMENT

BY TRADE UNIONS

BY VOLUNTARY AGENCIES

STATUTORY ACTIVITIES
Factories Act of 1948 Washing facilities Rest rooms First aid boxes Canteen and shelters Crche for more than 30 women Welfare officers for more than 500 workers

OTHER STATUTORY PROVISIONS


MINES ACT
PLANTATIONS LABOUR ACT MOTOR TRANSPORT WORKERS ACT CONTRACT LABOUR(REGULATION AND

ABOLITION) ACT

NON- STATUTORY ACTIVITIES


LOANS FOR HOUSE BUILDING
EDUCATION OF CHILDREN LEAVE TRAVEL CONCESSION FAIR PRICE SHOPS LOANS FOR PURCHASING PERSONAL

CONVEYANCE

POLICING THEORY
Labour exploitation

RELIGION THEORY
Investment aspect Atonement aspect

PHILANTHROPIC THEORY
Affection for mankind Good working conditions

PATERNALISTIC THEORY
Also known as Trusteeship theory

PLACATING THEORY
Welfare activities will please workers and will make them work well.

PUBLIC RELATIONS THEORY


Welfare activities to create good impression on the minds of the public

FUNCTIONAL THEORY
Welfare activities provided to make workers more efficient

SOCIAL THEORY
Obligation on the part of the organization to provide for the employees welfare

RELIGION THEORY

POLICING THEORY

PHILANTROPHIC THEORY

SOCIAL THEORY

APPROACHES

PATERNALISTIC THEORY

FUNCTIONAL THEORY

PLACATING THEORY

PUBLIC RELATIONS

1.Welfare Policy
Objectives Approach Range

i) Type of facilities ii) Coverage of employees


Timeliness

2.Organisation For Welfare


The Factories Act ,1948 mandates that every industrial

establishment must appoint a welfare officer if the number of employees is 500 or more.
It is argued that the prime responsibility for welfare

should rest with the line manager or the HR manager.

3.Assesment Of Effectiveness
Effectiveness of welfare must be assessed periodically.
Two methods of assessment :

i) Trend Analysis ii) Opinion Survey

WELFARE POLICY
ORGANISATION FOR WELFARE ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS

Welfare Facilities At ITI


(A) CARE

i) Medical Facilities For the employees covered under ESI scheme. EFT scheme Medical Reimbursement ii) Township Administration iii) Welfare Funds

Welfare Facilities At ITI


iv) Educational Scheme
v) Welfare Association & Clubs

vi) Other Welfare Measures Non-Officers Canteen Officers Canteen Transport Uniform Safety

Welfare Facilities At ITI


(B) TERMINAL BENEFITS
vii) Employees Provident Fund viii) Gratuity Scheme ix) Group Insurance Scheme

CONCLUSION
If a tailor makes mistake it becomes a fashion
If a scientist makes a mistake it becomes an invention If an HR manager deploys a retention strategy it

becomes a welfare measure