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DIALOGUE

Working Paper No. 40

Employee participation in India

Dr. Ratna Sen

Industrial and Employment Relations Department (DIALOGUE)

August 2012

ILO Decent Work Team for South Asia and Country Office for India

Working Paper No. 40

Employee participation in India

Dr. Ratna Sen

Industrial and Employment Relations Department International Labour Office • Geneva ILO Decent Work Team for South Asia and Country Office for India August 2012

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ILO Cataloguing in Publication Data Sen, Ratna Employee participation in India / Ratna Sen ; International Labour Office, Industrial and Employment Relations Department. - Geneva: ILO, 2012 1 v. (DIALOGUE working paper, ISSN: 2226-7433 ; 2226-7840 (web pdf) ; No.40) International Labour Office; Industrial and Employment Relations Dept workers participation / codetermination / joint consultation / collective bargaining / India 13.06.7

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Foreword
This paper is one of a series of national studies on employee participation practices in Asia undertaken within the research programme in the field of industrial relations in the region. This is linked to the ILO Global Product on Supporting collective bargaining and sound industrial and employment relations, involving close collaboration between the Industrial and Employment Relations Department (DIALOGUE) at ILO headquarters and the ILO Decent Work Team for South Asia. The national studies aim at analysing the degree of employee participation within the enterprise, the forms such participation has taken, the issues that have been its focus, and its impact on workers’ rights, employment conditions, and the economic efficiency of the enterprise. Employee participation at workplace level facilitates better labour-management communication, prevents and absorbs disputes and helps to find solutions for both work and production-related issues. It has...
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