Industrial Relations

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ABTRACT

Our aim was to study and analyse the Industrial Relations at Shrinivas (Gujarat) laboratories Pvt. Ltd. Our focal point was its West Bengal manufacturing plant and for this plant we have tried to explore how the management and the employees have been interacting in the organization. We have tried to find answers to a few questions in relation to Industrial Relations and related it with the theoretical understanding that we possess thereby applying our classroom learning while studying our chosen organization. We have made an attempt to find the impact of the various factors on the Industrial Relations setup in an organization in general and in our organisation in particular. This has lead to a greater insight in prevalent realities and how the dynamics of this relationship has matured over a period of time.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We would like to thank Prof. Pranabesh Ray for providing us with an opportunity to work on this project. This project has helped us to gain insights into how things happen in real time in an organization as far as industrial relations are concerned. This project has also helped us a great deal to relate to the reality the concepts taught in classroom. This was a very good exposure and opportunity to learn before we face the realities doing our future jobs. We would also like to thank all the employees, management and office bearers of the union for providing us with their valuable information and time. Their contribution in our study cannot be paralleled. Also we would like to acknowledge Ms Sapna Sugandha our ex-group member for providing us with the initial contacts.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction
1.1 Overview of the organisation
1.2 Organisational structure
2. Trade Unions
2.1 The Welfare Union
2.1.1 Origin
2.1.2 Registration and Recognition
2.1.3 Membership and ideology
2.1.4 Office Bearers
2.1.5 Sources of Funds
2.2 The Well being Union
2.2.1 Origin
2.2.2 Registration and Recognition
2.2.3 Membership and ideology
2.2.4 Sources of Funds
2.3 Privileges of Registered Trade Union
3. Trade Union and their Political Linkages
4. Trade Unions Affiliations
5. Principles of Democracy
6. Contract Labourers and Trade Union
7. Collective Bargaining between Employers and Employees
8. HR policies and Union dissent
9. Some Issues which we studied
10. Observations
11. References

Organization’s Overview

Shrinivas (Gujarat) Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. is a pharmaceutical company dedicated to develop better & affordable treatment options that will change lives for millions of people. The company was incorporated in 1993 with a small beginning in Ahmedabad. Today it has three state-of-the-art manufacturing plant one at Ahmedabad (Gujarat), one at Kolkata (West Bengal) & other at Baddi (Himachal Pradesh). Shrinivas has a strong presence in states of Bihar, Jharkhand, U.P., Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Assam, Gujarat, Uttaranchal and West Bengal with our own offices & distribution channels. The main products are anti TB drugs and Herbal medicines. The entire product range of Shrinivas is divided into 8 portfolios: * SHRINIVAS MAIN DIVISION

* HIQEM: Cardiac & Diabetic Super-specialty drugs
* PHARMAVISION: Anti-TB drugs
* ESSEN PHARMACEUTICALS: The New division with a motive of making Healthcare Affordable for all. * LGS FORMULATIONS: Herbal drugs
* SHRINIVAS VETERINARY
* LGS ANTIBIOTICS
* SHRINIVAS DISCOVERY: This division offers new molecules that enhances recovery with minimum cost, improving quality of patient's life

The quality control standards and techniques used in manufacturing plants are in accordance with the current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) complying with international standards. Apart from following ISO 9001 and maintaining an effective Quality Management System, SHRINIVAS conducts periodic self-assessments through a voluntary self audit of its operations, in order to remain...
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