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  • 1. Welcome To Our Presentation
  • 2. Group Name: GalaxyGroup Name: Galaxy Submitted By: Name: ID Kazi Jahid Hasan 028 MD.Jewel Molla 037 Abdur Rashid 142 MD. Sakib Ahmed 154
  • 3. MD. Sakib Ahmed ID: 10112101154
  • 4. IntroductionIntroduction It is well recognized that women’s participation in income generation activities lends them a better status within the family and provides them with considerable freedom. Role of women in working environment also give them opportunity to exercise their rights and responsibilities, which contribute organizational as well as economic development of the country. It also reduces the possibility of domestic violence against women. It is possible to minimize industrial disputes by contributing women workers the sector will maintained their leadership in domestic country and will dominant in the international market RMG is mainly human resources especially human resources intensive industry and its paramount proportion of human resources are women workers.
  • 5. Scenario of RMG sector in BangladeshScenario of RMG sector in Bangladesh  The RMG sector in Bangladesh has emerged as the biggest earner of foreign currency. The RMG sector has experienced an exponential growth since the 1980s. The sector contributes significantly to the GDP. It also provides employment to around 2 million Bangladeshis. An overwhelming number of workers in this sector are women. In the 1980s, there were only 50 factories employing only a few thousand people. Currently, there are over 5,000 manufacturing units.  However, the women workers are facing many problems. Most women come from low income families. Low wage of women workers and their compliancy have enabled the industry to compete with the world market. Women are paid far less than men mainly due to their lack education.
  • 6. ObjectivesObjectives  The main purpose for making this paper is to known the Industrial Relation Scenario in Garments Sectors. The specifics objective maybe show as under- To know about the relationship scenario. To acquire knowledge of employees working condition. To identify the problems of the employees. To know about employers opinion about employees.
  • 7. Kazi Jahid Hasan ID: 10112101028
  • 8. MethodologyMethodology This is an exploratory type of research. There are two types of sources:  Primary Data Sources:  In the preparation of this research report, all necessary information are collected and prepared by using primary sources of data. Questionnaire was collected the required data. We have applied survey method by using questionnaire to gather primary data.  Secondary Data Sources:  We mainly use net browsing and books as Secondary sources of data.
  • 9.  Population: The target population was people who work in RMG industry.  Sample unit: Among total population, people who work in the RMG are considered as sample unit that is Individual respondent.  Sample Frame: We do not use any well structured sampling frame for preparing this report.  Sampling procedure: We have used Non-probability convenience sampling process for sampling as we have collected information from who work in garments.  Sample size: Total sample size was 32. Every sample was from a particular place.
  • 10.  Working Environment It’s have much subject matter assembled on Industrial Relation Scenario in Garments Sectors. In our questionnaire we keep a question about working environment. The response of that question is expressed below by a figure- By our observation, we have 41% respondent response that the working environment is extremely comfortable.
  • 11. Sick day policy  By our survey we have information about that every garments company have sick day policy. In figure we find that 25% are extremely fair and 25% slightly fair policy in garments.
  • 12. Safety Every small or big company has safety measurement. In our survey 33% respondent response that strongly agree with the statement.
  • 13. Follow up on request  In our survey on the employees in the garment industry are follow up the request of the employers at every level. We have 33% respondent response with the statement.
  • 14. Abdur Rashid Shanto ID: 10112101142
  • 15. Hypothesis Test We made the following calculation that shows us Comfortable environment improve productivity of the employees. x
  • 16. Types Means ( ) Standard Deviation Sample size quickly employee follow up on requests 38.33 24.80 32 Challenging job at garments employee. 44 29.81 32 So we get the following data about quickly employee follow up on requests depends on challenging job at garments. µ1 = Challenging job at garments employee. µ2 = quickly employee follow up on requests. Η0: µ1 = µ2 (Null hypothesis) Η1: µ1 >µ2 (Alternative hypothesis)
  • 17.  Modeling: It is tow sample tests. And sample size is larger ( 1 + n 2 > 30). So we use Z distribution. It is one tail test. At 5% significant level (α= 0.05) the critical value is 1.64.
  • 18.  Our calculated standardize value is lower than critical value. So we can reject the null hypothesis.  Decision: We therefore assume that there is significant difference between the Comfortable environments and well paid for the work improves the productivity in the context of Bangladesh.
  • 19. Md. Jewel Molla ID: 10112101037
  • 20. FindingsFindings In light of growing competition among readymade garment (RMG) Exporting countries and consumers’ preference for products which meet internationally recognized social standards, it is essential for Bangladesh’s RMG suppliers to improve social compliance in their factories. Problems of Garments worker. Poorly served by labor laws. Promote and protect workers’ rights and enforce Too much of trade unionism Do not provide weekly holiday, casual leave increase in their wages and safe conditions of work in the factories. The lowest salary. Government is not trying to serve the interests of garment worker. Do not implement any worker health and safety measures. Do not pay workers their salaries on time.
  • 21. RecommendationRecommendation Take care of employee interest the owners of the garments should take care the need of the employees properly. The owner should take the decision of the worker for making main decision. Government should not impose the unnecessary law against export import of garments product. Economic fall should be avoided. Improvement the environment of safety in garment.
  • 22. Thanks To All
  • 23. Have You Any QuestionHave You Any Question ??? ?? ?