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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR






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In Post-Independence India of evolution of industrial relations policies

In free India, this legacy was given statutory recognition when the legal provisions for regulating industrial relations were embodied in the Industrial Disputes Act. Enacted in 1947.

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In Pre-Independence India of evolution of industrial relations policies

The State intervention in labour/industrial relations matter had its beginning when the British Government in India was constrained to protect its commercial interests in this country.

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Why State intervention of state and industrial relations policy ?

The State has a direct interest in preserving industrial peace in a country and accordingly in all industrialized and the developing countries, step have been taken by the State to promote a healthy growth of trade union and a well organised industrial relations machinery to achieve industrial peace and prosperity with the twin object of reducing production losses due to industrial disputes; and of assisting employers and workers towards the settlement of industrial conflicts through the machinery of conciliation and arbitration

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Introduce Participative management

To ensure full capacity utilization, attention need to be paid to the maintained of he machinery and equipment, to maintain adequate inventory levels specially ford the fast moving spare parts and in particular to the maintenance of good industrial relations within the undertakings.

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Humanize Management

The public sector should not deteriorate into a bureaucratic sector, specially in the field of industrial relations.

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Check-off System-Prerequisite for Collective Bargaining

For successful collective bargaining, there should be competent bargaining agent. In the context of multiplicity of union, it has been somewhat difficult to choose a single bargaining agent.

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Encourage Voluntary Arbitration

The usual method adopted for getting demands fulfilled is to go on strike or resort to 'go-slow', 'work-to-rule' and sometimes even 'gherao'.

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Quality control of Unions

It has been often said that public sector should function as an “ ideal employer”. But this would not be practicable unless there is an “ideal union” also.

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Develop community of interests

The culture of industrial relations in India is based on 'conflicts of interest' and consequently 'confrontation between labour and management' becomes inevitable. Even the existing law on the subject is based on the 'conflict of interest'.

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Recommendations of the National Commission on Labour and Labour Problems in the Public Sector

The NCL has made various recommendations. There may be studied under the following heads:

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Collective Bargaining

Collective Bargaining

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Joint Consultation Machinery

Under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, Works Committees have been formed in a large number of units.

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Grievance Procedure

A grievance procedure forms a part o the integrated scheme for the promotion of satisfactory relations between employers and employees.

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Review of Industrial Relations

The issues of industrial relations in the public sector was reviewed ans a series of discussions are:

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Causes of Industrial disputes

In the public sector, the percentage of disputes due to wage fixation, wage payment, and wage rates remains quite high.

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Industrial Disputes in Public Sector

Then industrial disputes can legitimately be considered the barometer by which one can judge the climate of industrial relations in an economy.

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Wages in public sector

The Government has often expressed itself that in the matter of application of labour laws and implementation of resolutions unanimously adopted at the Tripartite Labour Conferences, there should be no discrimination between the public and private sectors.

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Recruitment in public Sector

In public sector undertakings, recruitment is both direct and indirect as also through the employment Exchanges, contract labour is also available.

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Objectives of Public Sector Undertakings

The public sector aims at achieving the following objectives:

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