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Labor Management Relations (821)

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  • 1. MODEL OF LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS Presented by: Zaman Khan Roll No. W -587611
  • 2. SEQUENCE OF PRESENTATION
    • Introduction
    • What is Labor Management Relations?
    • Explanation
    • Models of Labor Management Relations
    • Practical Study of the Organization
    • Conclusion
    • Recommendation
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    • The field of industrial relations is also called labor relations.
    • The process by which human beings and their organization interact at the work place,
    • More broadly, in society as a whole to establish the terms and condition of employment.
    • Labor relations can take place on many levels, such as at the regional level, national level etc.
    • The distribution of power amongst these levels can greatly shape the way an economy functions.
    • Finally labor relations is a system in order to emphasize the interrelations among persons, organizations, and standard in the industrial environment .
  • 4. LABOR MANAGEMENT RERLATIONS
    • Each workers have their own problems
    • Difficult to manage each worker
    • All complaints/problems combine collectively
    • Appoint representatives
  • 5. HOW THE INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM OPERATE ? Managemen t Government Trade Union
  • 6. Functions of Labor Management Relations
    • Economic
    • Legal
    • Social
  • 7. WHAT IS A MODEL?
    • A “Model” is a mental construct / diagrammatical representation with which people organize their thoughts about a topic .
  • 8. ONE TO ONE MODEL
    • Management
    • Trade Union
  • 9. TRANSACTIONAL MODEL Management of company Stockholders Trade union Govt regulatory bodies Communities Customers Employees
  • 10. 3 rd MODEL
    • Environmental Variables;
    • Ecological
    • Economic
    • Legal
    • Political
    • Social
    • Technological
  • 11.  
  • 12. Major Objectives of CDA
    • City Maintenance.
    • Citizens Satisfaction.
    • Availability of indispensable necessities.
    • Further expansion of city with the passage of time, making amendments to meet requirements of that time.
    • To keep city and its environment clean.
    • Acquire land and undertake works in "Specified Area".
    • Planning and execution of development schemes.
    • Procure plants machinery instruments and materials
    • Enter into contracts.
    • Carry out studies, surveys and research.
    • Removal of any works obstructing in scheme
  • 13. TRADE UNIONS IN CDA PASHAHA GROUP MUZDOOR GROUP CH. YIASIN GROUP MANAGEMENT OF C D A
  • 14. TRADE UNION ROLE IN CDA
    • Collective bargaining with management
    • Struggle for employees benefits
    • Fund raising
    • Resolve issues related to workers
  • 15. Merits
    • Trade union work for employees benefits
    • Job security
    • Demerits
    • Discrimination among employees.
    • Political pressure
  • 16. CONCLUSION
    • Models of Labor Management Relations plays a very important role, whether it is one to one model or any other model.
    • Proper implementation of the models effect labor management relations, i.e if the models is good in every aspect then the environment will be good or vice versa.
  • 17. RECOMMENDATION
    • Discrimination should be avoided at every stage.