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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
V S P RAO
EXCEL BOOKS

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    • EMPLOYEE WELFARE Chapter EXCEL BOOKS 19-1 19
    • ANNOTATED OUTLINE 19-2 INTRODUCTION The term’ Employee welfare’’ refers to various services, benefits and facilities offered to employees by the employer. Welfare measures, whether mandated by law or undertaken by the employer voluntarily, would serve the following purposes: Employee Welfare Objectives of labour welfare
      • Enables workers to lead a richer and more satisfying life
      • Improves the physical and psychological health of workers
      • Absorbs the shocks injected by industrialisation and urbanisation
      • Promotes a sense of belongingness among workers
      • Acts as a deterrent against social evils like drinking, gambling etc.
    • 19-3
      • Central government
        • Canteens, crèches, rest rooms, washing facilities etc in various
        • Pieces of labour legislation
        • Statutory welfare funds for housing, educational, recreational
        • And medical facilities
        • Labour welfare officers to ensure justice to workers
      • State governments
      • Statutory welfare funds
      • Labour welfare centres
      • Medical, educational, recreational facilities
      Employee Welfare Agencies for welfare work
    • 19-4
      • Employers
      • Hospitals, health centres, dispensaries to workers
      • Family planning clinics
      • Credit societies, gymnasiums, clubs, crèches
      • Canteens, schools, recreational centres
      • Trade unions
      • Running schools, libraries, sports centres, cooperative societies, Recreation centres, legal cells, labour journals, cultural centres
      Employee Welfare Agencies for welfare work
    • 19-5 Types of Welfare Facilities Welfare facilities could be classified into two categories; Intramural (provided within the establishment) and Extramural (undertaken outside the establishment ). Employee Welfare Intramural and Extramural welfare measures: ILO
      • Drinking water
      • Toilets
      • Crèches
      • Washing and bathing facilities
      • Rest shelters
      • Uniforms and protective clothing
      • Recreation facilities
      • Canteens
      • Subsidised food
      • Medical aid
      • Housing
      • Education facilities
      • Maternity benefits
      • Transportation
      • Sports facilities
      • Leave travel
      • Vocational training
      • Holiday homes
      • Cooperative stores
      • Fairprice shops
      • Social insurance
    • 19-6 Employee Welfare
      • Measures undertaken by Employers in India
      • Education
      • Housing
      • Transportation
      • Recreation
      • Other facilities
        • Canteens, rest rooms, lunch rooms
        • Washing facilities, medical aid, leave travel concessions
        • Consumer cooperative societies
      Types of Welfare Facilities
    • 19-7 A. The Factories Act B. The Plantation Labour Act C. The Mines Act D. The Motor Transport Workers Act E. The Contract Labour Act Employee Welfare Statutory Provisions
    • 19-8
      • Usually appointed whenever the number of employees in a plant exceeds 500 (300 as per the Plantation Act) to carry out the following duties and responsibilities:
      • Advisory
      • Service oriented
      • Supervisory
      • Functional
      • Policing
      • Mediation
      Labour Welfare Officer Employee Welfare