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  • 1. K.P.B. HINDUJA COLLEGE SUBJECT : industrial regulatory framework Factories act,1948 – PARLE PRODUCTS NAMES ROLL NO. CAROLINE MISQUITTA 19 JAGANNATH SETHI 17 HARSHI CHAUDHARY 38 RUSHABH CHANDAN 28 RUTUJA CHUDNAIK 08 POULAMI SARKAR 22 SIMANT RAVI 362/4/2013 1
  • 2. TICKET TO PARLE WORLD
  • 3. PARLE PRODUCTS – ‘ANEPITOME OF QUALITY’
  • 4. LABOUR WELFAREUniforms shoes and toolsHygienic conditionsAmbulance servicesPanel of doctorsCanteen facilities
  • 5. Medical facilitiesESICCooper and Nanavati hospitalAccidents
  • 6. Damages to life of workercompensation to workers familyCompensation wages policyWorkmen’s compensation act. 1923
  • 7. WORKERSTotal number of workers : 1000• 500 workers in manufacturing departmentTotal number of female workers: 50 in confectionerydepartmentNumber of shifts per day: 2
  • 8. FACTORY INSPECTORGovernment EmployeeLabour welfare managerAssistant Labour welfaremanagerAssistant safety andsecurity manager
  • 9. FACILITIES TO FEMALE WORKERS50 Female WorkersCritical Areas
  • 10. CRECHES2 Sisters And 1 Creches Lady
  • 11. PRODUCTION12000 biscuits are produced every minute170 Packets packed every minuteBiscuits are baked for 3.20 SECONDS
  • 12. HOLIDAYS AND LEAVES PROVIDEDTO WORKERSWEEKLY OFF ON SUNDAY30 PRIVILEGE LEAVES7 CASUAL LEAVES15 SICK LEAVES8 FESTIVAL LEAVESNO BANK HOLIDAYS
  • 13. STRIKES AND LOCK OUTSOCCURRENCE IN 1992 – 93 AT MUMBAI FACTORYCONTINUED FOR 6 – 7 MONTHSCONSEQUENCES – LOSS IN PRODUCTIONREASON UNION RIVALRY
  • 14. TRADE UNIONOFFICIALLY SET UP IN 1984NAMED AS KAMGAR UTKARSH SABHAMINIMUM SUBSCRIPTION RS 60 PER YEAR
  • 15. APPOINTMENT OF WORKERSFIRST INTERVIEWED AMONG EXISTING WORKERS• WRITTEN TEST AND APPTITUDE TESTTHEN OUTSIDERS ARE OFFERED IF ANY VACANCY• CAREER - ON PARLE PRODUCTS WEBSITE• NAUKRI.COM
  • 16. PROMOTION OF WORKERSTill supervisor levelQualification are samePerformance appraisal
  • 17. RETIREMENT OF WORKERSAt The Age Of 58 yearsPROVIDENT FUND AND GRATUITY GIVEN
  • 18. MISCONDUCT OF WORKERSAbsenteeismSevere damage of property
  • 19. TACKLING THE CASE OF SEXUALHARASSMENTA COMMITTEE• ONE WOMEN EMPLOYEE• TWO SENIOR PERSONNEL• HR MANAGERSTHEN REPORT IS PREPAREDINTERNAL INVESTIGATIONACCORDINGLY ACTION IS TAKENAS PERIndustrial Employment (StandingOrders) Act, 1946
  • 20. PAYMENT OF WAGES TO THE WORKERSDAILY WAGES SCHEMEMINIMUM WAGES ACT, 1948Salaries Are Credited To BANK ACCOUNT
  • 21. DISPOSAL OF WASTAGESEFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANTSold for less price for CATTLE FEEDINGLoose packets of biscuits to sell it to the localpeople for MARGINAL RATE OF 33 RS / KG.
  • 22. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENTFACILITIES TO THE WORKERS WORKING AT STRESS HAZARDOUS MANAGEMENT CRITICAL AREAS CLEANLINESS TIME AND HYGIENE MANAGEMENT PRODUCT ATTITUDE AND QUALITY BEHAVIOURAL MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENTTAUGHT AT REGULAR INTERVALS IN HINDI ORMARATHI LANGUAGE
  • 23. RECENT CASE OFParle Mango Bite sweet unsafe: FDAOCCURRED AT NASHIKREASON : The use of lactic acid was banned in foodstuff after abench found it not good for consumption for its tooth decaying sideeffects. It has been ruled out in Food Safety & Standard Act of2006.RESULTS : Now, It Has Been Available In Market After TakingCorrective Measures
  • 24. COST CUTTING MEASURESAll the biscuits are manufactured in this factory i.e. InMumbai one as the load of work exceeded many factories wereset up in other states of India. So the cost of transportationdecreases and more profit is earned.
  • 25. Pricing Strategy of Parle-G How Parle-G maintained its price of Rs.4.00 for the last 12 yrs?????????????
  • 26. IMPORT & EXPORTParle biscuits and confectionaries are fast gaining acceptance ininternational markets, such as, ABU DHABI, AFRICA, DUBAI,SOUTH AMERICA AND SRI LANKA.USA & AUSTRALIA now relish Parle products.
  • 27. RAW MATERIAL RAW MATERIAL TESTING MIXINGPRODUCTION MOULDINGPROCESS BAKING COOLING PACKING
  • 28. Thank you…..

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