Industrial Relation Problems In Public Sector Essays and Term Papers

  • Industrial Relations in Garments Sector

    been populated with exact information source. In this term paper the industrial relations of Bangladeshi garments industry and their existing problems are identified and solicitatedly marked to mitigate them clearly. All the problems presented here after a deep analysis on different online and offline...

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  • public relation in education sector

    PUBLIC RELATION IN EDUCATION WHAT IS PUBLIC RELATION? Public relations (PR) is the way organisations, companies and individuals communicate with the public and media. A PR specialist communicates with the target audience directly or indirectly through media with an aim to create and maintain...

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  • Case Study About Industrial Disputes in Public Sector

    anatomy of a strike – British Airways and Unite The industrial dispute between British Airways and Unite (the UK general union with over two million members) in the spring of 2010 provides a fascinating insight into the anatomy of an industrial dispute involving not only an employer and its employees...

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  • The Important Role of Public Relation in Maintaining Industrial Harmony

    ROLE OF PUBLIC RELATION IN MAINTAINING INDUSTRIAL HARMONY         Good organizations, government and industries provide scientific public relation development within the community and in the global industry they have learned the importance of establishing corporate image through public relations...

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  • Industrial Sector

    Pakistan Industry Sectors By: EconomyWatch Content   Date: 8 April 2010 About The Author Follow The Money EconomyWatch, Content Team   * * * * inShare0 * *             Pakistan is the 27th largest economy in the world, with a GDP (PPP) of US$ 464.897 billion...

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  • Industrial Relations

    who have contributed to this case study. The Management Process ,analyzation of a case in an organization, how to give an solution to the problems based on the theory and techniques which I have included in this case study are the most valuable ideas I have gained from my lecturers at IPM and...

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  • Industrial Relations

    issues and problems associated with industrial relations, it is desirable to study its various evolutionary phases. Practically speaking, the growth of industrial relations in India is in no way different from that of other parts of the globe. The various stages of industrial relations progressed...

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  • Industrial Relations

    Industrial relations scenario 7.69 The number of strikes and lockouts taken together has declined by 4.7 per cent during 2003 as compared to the previous year. The reduction in strikes and lockouts has been more prominent in the central sphere during this period. However, while strikes alone declined...

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  • Industrial Relations

    Between Unions and Management of Pamba Rubbers Ltd. Course: PGCHRM – 12 Name of the faculty: Dr. Pranabesh Ray Subject: Introduction to Industrial Relation Submitted by: Ishita Rath Group No. : Group 10 Group Members Ms. Alka Paliwal DH11018 ...

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  • Industrial Relations

    Define Industrial relations. The Word industrial Relations has two terms, ”Industry” which refers to the productive activity which any individual or group or individuals are engaged and the word “Relations” represents the relationship between in the industry between the employer and the employee. Industrial...

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  • Industrial Relations

    approach there are 2 ways of employer-employee relationships: market relations and management relations. Market relations deal with the terms and conditions on which the employees were hired. A century ago, employers had seen market relations as individual bargaining. If the employees, did not like working...

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  • industrial relations

                    Employee  Relations  LAW 1202  Arvin SEECHURN      Contents  3.8  Gender differences  ................................................................................................... 23  . 3.9  The New Roles of Trade Unions ....................

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  • Industrial Relations

    skills for taking care of medical problems and monitoring their needs constantly. Although this is very challenging to deal with a variety of people with different responsibilities and skill sets, yet management does a good job in maintaining and improving industrial relationships between employees and...

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  • Industrial Relation

    ICICI Limited, an Indian financial institution, and was its wholly-owned subsidiary. ICICI's shareholding in ICICI Bank was reduced to 46% through a public offering of shares in India in fiscal 1998, an equity offering in the form of ADRs listed on the NYSE in fiscal 2000, ICICI Bank's ...

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  • Industrial Relation

    Contents Introduction 2 History of industrial relations China and India 2 Role of state in passing IR legislation in China and India 3 Trade unions in China and India 4 Employers association in China and India 5 Dispute resolution system in China and India 5 Current and future trends in China...

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  • Industrial Relations

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Industrial relation is a multidisciplinary field that studies the employment relationship. Industrial relations is increasingly being called employment relations or employee relations because of the importance of non-industrial employment relationships; this move is sometimes seen...

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  • Industrial Relations

    function, the common good of society because a good industrial relations climate is essential to the proper functioning of the society and the economic development of the country. It is necessary for the state to play a role in the industrial relations system. The state’s role is to ensure that everyone...

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  • Industrial Relations

    management actions. Without unions, it is inevitable that the employer will be at liberty to design rules, regulations and procedures to govern employment relations. When a trade union is formed to represent workers, employers will need the involvement of trade unions in decision-making processes on things that...

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  • Industrial Relations

    INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PERSPECTIVES UNITARY THEORY Workplace “has one source of authority and one source of loyalty” (Fox 1996: p. 3) - Dunlop (1958) argues that in a unitary theory, work organizations are integrated institutions with workers and management working in harmony. ...

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  • Industrial Relations.

    Industrial Relations. Introduction: The term ‘Industrial Relations’ comprises of two terms: ‘Industry’ and ‘Relations’. “Industry” refers to “any productive activity in which an individual (or a group of individuals) is (are) engaged”. By “relations” we mean “the relationships that exist within...

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