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  • 1. PURPLE HATS GROUP -9 SUDHIR DEEPAK RITESH ASHISH EMPLOYEE WELFARE
  • 2. EMPLOYEE WELFARE
  • 3.
    • “ Every organisation hears what employees says, Good organisation listens to what employees have to say but organisations with employee welfare schemes listens what employees don’t say”
    • GROUP- 9
  • 4. CONTENTS
    • What is employee welfare?
    • Merits & Demerits
    • Types of welfare Activity
    • Approaches to labour welfare
    • Administration of welfare activities
    • Safety & Health Measures
    • Welfare facilities at ITI
    • Latest Trends
    RITESH SUDHIR ASHISH & DEEPAK
  • 5. WHAT IS EMPLOYEE WELFARE?
    • Relates to taking care of the well being of workers by employers, trade unions, governmental and non-governmental organizations.
    • Referred to as betterment work for employees.
  • 6. According to the Royal Commission on Labor
    • Labor welfare is a term which must necessarily be elastic, bearing a somewhat different interpretation in one country from another, according to different social customs, the degree of industrialization and educational level of workers.
  • 7. Merits
    • Motivates employees
    • Employee Retention
    • Minimized social evils
    • Better Job satisfaction
    • Cuts down labor turnover
  • 8. Demerits
    • Huge investment
    • Employees being dissatisfied
  • 9. Types of Welfare Activity
    • Inside the work place- Intra mural facilities
    • Facilities within the factories like medical, compensation, drinking water
    • Outside the work place- Extra mural facilities
    • Facility provided outside the factories like accommodation, recreational facilities, educational facilities
  • 10. Inside the work Place
    • Conditions of environment
    • Safety and cleanliness of the work environment
    • Good house keeping-compound walls and lawns
    • Convenience and comfort-illumination, seating arrangements
    • Safety measures-machine fencing, goggles, first aid, helmets
    • Visible posters and warnings
  • 11. Inside the work Place
    • Convenience
    • Provisions for wash basins, bathrooms and waste disposal
    • Provision for drinking water
    • Canteen service
    • Recreation rooms, rest rooms and libraries.
  • 12. Inside the work Place
    • Health services
    • Health center
    • Dispensary
    • First aid
    • Health education
    • Counseling
    • Ambulance service
  • 13. Inside the work Place
    • Women and child welfare
    • Maternity aid
    • Child care
    • Separate facilities for women
    • Women’s recreation
    • Family planning services
  • 14. Inside the work Place
    • Others
    • Employment follow up-comfort and awareness
    • Economic services-loans, insurance
    • Labour management services-counseling, safety committee
    • Employee education-library, AV unit, literary classes, news bulletin etc.
  • 15.
    • Comfortable and hygienic residences
    • Sanitation and water disposal
    • Proper roads and lighting facility
    • Plentiful markets
    • Security
    • Health and medical services
    ASHISH
  • 16.
    • Welfare activities by the government
    • Factories Act of 1948
    • Washing facilities
    • Rest rooms
    • First aid boxes
    • Canteen and shelters
    • Crèche for more than 30 women
    • Welfare officers for more than 500 workers
  • 17.
    • Mines Act of 1952
    • Crèches for more than 50 women
    • Canteen for more than 150 workers
    • Shelter for more than 250 workers
    • Shower baths and sanitary latrines
    • Welfare officer for more than 500 workers
  • 18.
    • Plantation Act of 1951
    • Recreation facility for workers and their children
    • Educational facility
    • Housing facility for all workers
    • Umbrellas, blankets, raincoats and other amenities
  • 19.
    • Contract Labour Act 1970
    • A canteen for more than 100 employees
    • Rest rooms and alternative accommodation
    • Sufficient supply of drinking water washing facilities etc
    • First aid boxes
  • 20.
    • Labour welfare officer- schedule 49 of Factories Act
    • Present in a factory of more than 500 workers
    • Supervision of safety and welfare programmers
    • Counseling of workers and adjustment in work environment
    • Formulate welfare policies
    • Liasoning with officials and resolving disputes
  • 21. RITESH
  • 22.
    • POLICING THEORY
      • Labour exploitation
    • RELIGION THEORY
      • Investment aspect
    • PHILANTHROPIC THEORY
      • Affection for mankind
      • Good working conditions
    • PATERNALISTIC THEORY
      • Also known as Trusteeship theory
  • 23.
    • PLACATING THEORY
      • Welfare activities will please workers and will make them work well.
    • PUBLIC RELATIONS THEORY
      • Welfare activities to create good impression on the minds of the public
    • FUNCTIONAL THEORY
      • Welfare activities provided to make workers more efficient
    • SOCIAL THEORY
      • Obligation on the part of the organization to provide for the employees welfare
  • 24. DEEPAK
  • 25. 1.Welfare Policy
    • Objectives
    • Motivation, Retention, Raise the Standard of living, Prevent Social evils
    • Agencies
    • Central, State Government, Social organizations
    • Range
    • i) Type of facilities
    • ii) Coverage of employees
    • Timeliness
  • 26. 2.Organisation For Welfare
    • The Factories Act ,1948 mandates that every industrial establishment must appoint a welfare officer if the number of employees is 500 or more.
    • It is argued that the prime responsibility for welfare should rest with the line manager or the HR manager .
  • 27. 3.Assesment Of Effectiveness
    • Effectiveness of welfare must be assessed periodically.
    • Two methods of assessment :
    • i) Trend Analysis
    • ii) Opinion Survey
  • 28. Fringe Benefits
    • The term fringe benefits refers to the extra benefits provided to employees in addition to the normal compensation paid in the form of wage or salary.
  • 29. Objectives
    • To create & improve sound industrial relations.
    • To promote employees welfare.
    • To motivate the employees by identifying & satisfying their unsatisfied needs.
    • To provide security to the employees against social risks like old age benefits & maternity benefits.
    • To provide safety against accidents.
  • 30. Features of fringe benefits
    • They are supplementary forms of compensation.
    • They are paid to all employees based on there membership in the organization.
    • They help to raise the living conditions of the employees.
    • It may be statutory or voluntary.
  • 31. Need for fringe benefits
    • Employees demand
    • Trade union demand
    • Employer’s preference
    • As a social security
    • To improve human relations
  • 32. Examples of fringes
    • 1. Legally required payments
    • - Old age, survivors, disability and health insurance (commonly known as social security)
    • - Worker’s compensation
    • - Unemployment compensation
    • 2. Contingent and Deferred benefits
    • - Pension plans
    • - group life insurance
    • - military leave and pay
    • - maternity leave
    • - child care leave & sick leave etc.,
    • 3. Payments for time not worked
    • - vacations & holidays
    • - voting pay allowances
    • 4.Other benefits
    • - travel allowances & moving expenses
    • - uniform tool expenses
  • 33. SAFETY & HEALTH SUDHIR
  • 34.
    • “ Every twenty seconds of every working minute of every hour throughout the world, some one dies as a result of industrial accident.”
  • 35. WHAT IS SAFETY?
    • Safety - freedom from the occurrence or risk of injury or loss.
    • Industrial Safety – protection of workers from the danger of industrial accidents.
    • Accident – an unplanned and uncontrolled event in which an action or reaction of an object, a substance, a person, or a radiation results in personal injury.
  • 36. TYPES OF ACCIDENTS Accidents Internal External Major Minor Fatal Disability Temporary Permanent Partial Total Partial Total
  • 37. NEED FOR SAFETY
    • Cost saving
    • Increased productivity
    • Moral
    • Legal
  • 38. HEALTH
    • “The well-being of the employee (Physical as well as Mental) in an industrial establishment.”
    • 1. Physical Health
    • 2. Mental Health
  • 39.  
  • 40. Welfare Facilities At ITI
    • CARE
    • i) Medical Facilities
    • For the employees covered under ESI scheme.
    • EFT scheme
    • Medical Reimbursement
    • ii) Township Administration
    • iii) Welfare Funds
  • 41. Welfare Facilities At ITI
    • iv) Educational Scheme
    • v) Welfare Association & Clubs
    • vi) Other Welfare Measures
    • Non-Officers Canteen
    • Officers Canteen
    • Transport
    • Uniform
    • Safety
  • 42. Welfare Facilities At ITI
    • (B) TERMINAL BENEFITS
    • vii) Employees’ Provident Fund
    • viii) Gratuity Scheme
    • ix) Group Insurance Scheme
  • 43. Latest Trends
    • I – Wega
    • Health Scribe
    • Subex Systems
    • Infosys
    • Hewlett – Packard
  • 44. Conclusion
    • If a tailor makes mistake – it becomes a fashion
    • If a scientist makes a mistake – it becomes an invention
    • If an HR manager deploys a retention strategy – it becomes a welfare measure
  • 45. Bibliography
    • Wikipedia
    • www.google.com
    • Human Resource Management – Gesler
    • Human Resource Management- VSP Rao
    • Human Resource Management-N.K Singh
    • Human Resource Management-Vershney
    • Human Resource Management-Mirza S
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