• Relevance of Industrial Relations in Today’s Changing Scenario
    The term industrial relations have a broad as well as a narrow outlook. Originally, industrial relations were broadly defined to include the relationships and interactions between employers and employees. From this perspective, industrial relations cover all aspects of the employment relationship, including...
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  • labor movement
    This paper examines the role of organized labour in India in a structural and historical context. It attempts to trace the economic, political and social effects of the trade union movement and its strategies over time. These effects are felt at enterprise- and/or firm-level, industry-level, regional ...
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  • Collective Bargaining
    PROJECT REPORT ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING (PROCESS, TRENDS AND IMPORTANCE) What is collective bargaining? Describe its process. Discuss the recent trends of collective bargaining in India and its importance. ABSTRACT Collective Bargaining refers to a process by which employers on the one...
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  • topics for term paper
    22. study of financial institute 23. mutual fund 24. Privatization insurance, road, ports etc. 25. waste management 26. trade union movement in India 27. labour welfare scheme 28. working capital management 29. cash management / fund management 30. importance of budget 31. invisible exports ...
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  • Industrial Relations
    Conceptual Framework of Employment Relations UNIT 2 EVOLUTION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS Objectives After going through this unit, you should be able to: l l explain the historical perspective of industrial relations in India; appreciate the impact of globalisation...
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  • Industrial Relation
    economic liberalization. India: Past, present and future TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.Introduction 2.Contrasting views on trade unions as institutions A comparative framework 3.The changing economic environment and its effects on organized labour in India 3.1The four phases of...
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  • Labour Relation Approach
    Labour Relation Approach and Issues Labour relation or what we call industrial relation is the heart of any industrial system. It is know as the relation between employees and employers of a company. For a successful growth of business of big or small firm this relation are needed to be smooth and...
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  • Human Resource Management
    CONTENTS 1.0 Aims and Objectives 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Human Resource Philosophy 1.2.1 Scope of HRM 1.2.2 Objectives of HRM 1.3 Changing Environments of HRM 1.3.1 Growth in India 1.4 Strategic Human Resource Management 1.5 Using HRM to Attain Competitive Advantage 1.6 Let us Sum Up 1.7 Lesson-end Activity...
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  • Challenges of Hrm in India
    Conclusion The role of the HR manager must parallel the needs of the changing organization. Successful organizations are becoming more adaptable, resilient, quick to change directions, and customer-centered. Within this environment, the HR professional must learn how to manage effectively through...
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  • Ccot New Imperialism
    language in India, and worked to make the Indians adopt western culture and costumes over Indian ones. In fact, the British had such a strong impact on Indian culture that to this day the official language in India is English and the British costume of drinking tea is practiced in India. In a similar...
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  • K-Set Sociology Syllabus
    Alexander Habermass, Althusser Unit—III : Structuration and Post-Modernism Giddens Derrida Foucault Unit—IV : Conceptualising Indian Society Peoples of India : Groups and Communities Unity in diversity Cultural diversity : Regional, linguistic, religions and tribal Unit—V : Theoretical Perspectives Indological/Textual...
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  • Industrial Relation
    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 and India 6 Conclusion...
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  • Hrm(Human Resource Management)
    Compensation Management, Training and Development and Performance Appraisal 3. Managing Employee Relations – Collective Bargaining, Trade Unions, Industrial Relations and Grievance Handling 4. Contemporary HR Trends – Quality of Work life, Talent Management and Entrepreneurship CDC IBS This Course...
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  • Globalization of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd
    Management of Global Manufacturing Globalization of Maruti Suzuki India Limited Project Members Table of Contents Introduction 3 Maruti...
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  • Labour
    Programme P.O. Box 6 CH-1211 Geneva 22 Tel.004122/7998496 Fax. 004122/7998542 E-mail: INST@ilo.org Organized labour and economic liberalization India: Past, present and future Debashish Bhattacherjee Indian Institute of Management, CalcuttaThe International Institute for Labour Studies was established...
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  • Globalization and Its Impact on Hrd
    resources in developing countries like India. The roles and responsibilities of Human Resource Departments are transforming as the modern business faces pressures of globalization. With accelerating globalization, organizations have had to change and new trends have set in even in the management of human...
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  • The Changing Roles of Trade Unions in India: a Case Study of National Thermal Power Corporation (Ntpc), Unchahar
    2009 37 THE CHANGING ROLES OF TRADE UNIONS IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL THERMAL POWER CORPORATION (NTPC), UNCHAHAR Piyali Ghosh1*, Shefali Nandan1 and Ashish Gupta2 1School of Management Studies, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (Deemed University), Allahabad, India 2Probationary...
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  • Public Administration
    Development, Changing profile of Development Administration. 5. Concepts of Leadership, Authority and Influence, Chief Executive and its role in Organisation. Concept of Bureaucracy, Weberian model and its relevance, Recruitment, Training, Promotion, Employer - Employee relations. 6. Grievances...
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  • hr planning
    Department of Management DAV Institute of Management Faridabad, Haryana-121001 ABSTRACT According to the study conducted by NASSCOM and Everest India, the Indian BPO sector has been growing at more than 35 percent over the past three years and currently estimated at US$ 26-29 billion and could grow...
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