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  3. 3. MEANING OF TRADE UNIONIt is “a continuous association of wage-earners or salariedemployees for maintaining the conditions of their workinglives and ensuring them a better and healthier status inindustry as well as in the society”.A trade union means, “any combination, whether temporaryor permanent, formed primarily for the purpose ofregulating the relations1)Between workman & employers2)Between workmen & workmen3)Between employers & employers
  4. 4. NEED FOR TRADE UNION• One of the main reasons of workers joining a trade union been their belief to get wages increased and maintained at a reasonable standard through collective action and their realization that individual bargaining was utterly useless for this purpose.• Since the employee, as an individual, feels specially weak, he prefers to join an organization that may afford him an opportunity to join others for the achievement of those objectives that he considers as socially desirable.• The employees may join the unions to ensure a just and fair dealing by management.• Through collective strength, they restrain the management from taking any such action which may be irrational, illogical, discriminatory or contrary to their general interests.
  5. 5. • Another reason of employees joining some union may be the broader realization on their part that unions fulfill the important need for adequate machinery for proper maintenance of labour- management relations.• Employees may join the unions because of their belief that it is an effective way to secure adequate protection form various types of hazards and income insecurity such as accident injury, illness, unemployment etc.• The employees may join the unions because of their feeling that this would enable them to communicate their views, ideas, feelings and frustrations to the management effectively.• Individuals may join the unions in the hope of finding a job through their influence in the company management.
  6. 6. Problems of Trade Union• The following are some of the most important problems of the trade unions in India:• Multiplicity of Trade Unions and Inter-union Rivalry• Small Size of Unions• Financial Weakness• Leadership Issues• Politicalisation of the Unions• Problems of Recognition of Trade Unions
  7. 7. International Labour Organization (ILO)• The International Labor Organization (ILO) was set up in 1919 by the Versailles Peace Conference as an autonomous body associated with the League of Nations.• The ILO was the only international organization that survived the Second World War even after the dissolution of its parent body.• It became the first specialized agency of the United Nations in 1946 in accordance with an agreement entered into between the two organizations.• India has been a member of the ILO since its inception.
  8. 8. • The aims and objectives of ILO are set out in the preamble to its Constitution and in the Declaration of Philadelphia (1944) which was formally annexed to the Constitution in 1946.• The preamble affirms that universal and lasting peace can be established only if its is based upon social justice, draws attention to the existence of conditions of labour involving injustice, hardship and privation of a large number of people, and declares that improvement of these conditions is urgently required through such means as the regulation of hours of work, prevention of unemployment, provision of an adequate living wage, protection of workers against sickness, disease, and injury arising out of employment, protection of children, young persons and women, protection of the interests of migrant workers, recognition of the principle of freedom of association, and organization of vocational and technical education
  9. 9. The main objectives of ILO contained in the preamble• Provide social justice to workers.• Avoid injustice, deprevation and exploitation of labour• Build up human working conditions to the labour.
  10. 10. The objectives of ILO were redefined at Philadelphia conference in 1944.• Full employment and the raising of standards of living.• Employ workers on jobs for which they have adequate skill and satisfaction to work.• Provide training and development facilities to achieve the above objectives.• Provide due share of profits as compensation to ensure a minimum level of living standard to all employed and protection as and when needed.
  11. 11. • Accept collective bargaining as a right of workers and a means of improving productivity between employees and management.• Extend social security measures to provide a basic income to all in need and also medical cover.• Protect the life and health of workers in all occupations.• Provision for child welfare and maternity protection.• Provide adequate nutrition , housing and facilities for recreation and culture.• Provision for quality education and vocational opportunity.
  12. 12. The three main functions of the ILO are; To establish international labour standards; To collect and disseminate information on labour and industrial conditions; and To provide technical assistance for carrying ort programmes of social and economic development.
  13. 13. The ILO consists of three principal organs• International Labour Conference,• The Governing Body and• The International Labour Office
  14. 14. International Labour Conference (ILC) It is an Apex body of ILO which makes labour policies for international labour. The ILC holds its sessions at a frequency not less than once in a year. The conference is empowered to appoint committees to deal with different matters relating to labour during each session. The International Labour Conference is the supreme organ of the ILO and acts as the legislative wing of the Organization.
  15. 15. The functions performed by the ILC Formulate international labor standards. Fix the amount of contribution to be paid by the member states. Decide budget and submit the same to the Governing Body. Study the labour problems submitted by the director General and assist in their solutions. Appoint committees to deal with different problems during its sessions. Elect the president.
  16. 16.  Select members of the Governing Body. Develop policies and procedures. Seek advisory opinion from International Committee of Justice. Confirm the powers, functions and procedure of Regional Conference.
  17. 17. Governing Body It is also a tripartite body. It implements decision of the ILC with the help of the International Labour Organization. It consist of 56 members in the same ratio of 2:1:1, i.e. 28 representative of the government, 14 employers and 14 of the workers. Of the 28 representative of the Government, 10 are appointed by the members of the states of chief industrial importance and remaining 18 are delegates of the other Governments. India is one of the ten states of chief Industrial Importance.
  18. 18. The functions of the Governing Body Co-ordinate work between the ILC and ILO. Prepare agenda for each session of the ILC. Appoint the Director General of the office. Scrutinize the budget. Follow up with member states in regard to implementation of the conventions and recommendations adopted by the ILC. Fix the date, duration, schedule and agenda for the Regional Conferences. Seek, as and when required, advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice with the consent of the ILC.
  19. 19. International Labour Office It is the secretariat of the ILO in Geneva and is the third major organ of the ILO.The Director General(DG) of the Chief Executive Officer of the Secretariat appointed by the Governing Body. He also serves as the Secretary General of the ILC. His tenure is for 10yrs. & extendable by the governing body.g
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