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Unit 1

SANJAY KANAGALA
SANJAY KANAGALA
SANJAY KANAGALAHEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT at RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCE

MIR-1ST UNIT-JNTUK

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UNIT-1
MANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
CONCPT & EVALUATION OF IRM
SYLLABUS
1. Concept & Evaluation
2. Background of industrial relations in India.
3. Influencing factors of IR in enterprise and the
consequences.
4. Economic, Social and Political environments.
5. employment Structure , Social Partnership.
6. Wider approaches to industrial relations
Labour Market.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
 To understand the significance of
industrial relations in India.
 To aware the Influencing factors and
consequences of IR in enterprises.
 To understand the Employment
Structure of India and approaches to
industrial relations.
 To review the students knowledge
thought questions and an activity.
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
MANAGEMENT
• Industrial relations has become one of the most
delicate and complex problems of modern
industrial society. Industrial progress is
impossible without cooperation of labors and
harmonious relationships. Therefore, it is in the
interest of all to create and maintain good
relations between employees (labor) and
employers (management).
CONCEPT & MEANING
• The term ‘Industrial Relations’ comprises of two
terms: ‘Industry’ and ‘Relations’. “Industry”
refers to “any productive activity in which an
individual (or a group of individuals) is (are)
engaged”. By “relations” we mean “the
relationships that exist within the industry
between the employer and his workmen.” The
term industrial relations explains the
relationship between employees and
management which stem directly or indirectly
from union-employer relationship.
DEFINITION
• "Industrial Relation is an art, the art of living together for
purposes of production."
- J. Henry Richardson
• Industrial relations deal with either relationship between
the state and employees and workers organizations or
the relations between the occupational organizations
themselves.
– ILO (international labour organization).
• As per Dale Yoder Industrial Relations refers to the
relationship between management and employees, or
employees and their organization, which arise out of
employment.
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Unit 1

  • 2. CONCPT & EVALUATION OF IRM SYLLABUS 1. Concept & Evaluation 2. Background of industrial relations in India. 3. Influencing factors of IR in enterprise and the consequences. 4. Economic, Social and Political environments. 5. employment Structure , Social Partnership. 6. Wider approaches to industrial relations Labour Market.
  • 3. LEARNING OBJECTIVES  To understand the significance of industrial relations in India.  To aware the Influencing factors and consequences of IR in enterprises.  To understand the Employment Structure of India and approaches to industrial relations.  To review the students knowledge thought questions and an activity.
  • 4. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MANAGEMENT • Industrial relations has become one of the most delicate and complex problems of modern industrial society. Industrial progress is impossible without cooperation of labors and harmonious relationships. Therefore, it is in the interest of all to create and maintain good relations between employees (labor) and employers (management).
  • 5. CONCEPT & MEANING • The term ‘Industrial Relations’ comprises of two terms: ‘Industry’ and ‘Relations’. “Industry” refers to “any productive activity in which an individual (or a group of individuals) is (are) engaged”. By “relations” we mean “the relationships that exist within the industry between the employer and his workmen.” The term industrial relations explains the relationship between employees and management which stem directly or indirectly from union-employer relationship.
  • 6. DEFINITION • "Industrial Relation is an art, the art of living together for purposes of production." - J. Henry Richardson • Industrial relations deal with either relationship between the state and employees and workers organizations or the relations between the occupational organizations themselves. – ILO (international labour organization). • As per Dale Yoder Industrial Relations refers to the relationship between management and employees, or employees and their organization, which arise out of employment.
  • 7. EVALUATION BASIC CONCEPT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS • The concept of industrial relations was developed with the industrial revolution. • Prior to this it was considered master and servant relationship • The workers were considered and treated like any other commodity which could be easily purchased and replaced. • Wages and conditions of services were poor and this situation was not only in India but also in England and other European countries. • The term Industrial Relations comprise Industry and relations. Industry means and productive activity in which and individual is engaged and relations mean the relation that exists in the industry between employer and its workman.
  • 8. ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS • Industrial relations are the relations which are the outcome of the employment relationship in an industrial enterprise. • Every industrial relations system creates a complex of rules and regulations to govern the work place and work community. • The main purpose of this complex is to maintain harmonious relations between labour and management by solving their problems through collective bargaining. • The government/state shapes industrial relations with the help of law, rules, agreements, and awards of the courts.
  • 9. Evolution of Industrial Relations • evolution of industrial relations in India began a long time ago. The caste system greatly influenced the ancient industries and their development. Due to successive foreign invasions in India, the living conditions of slave and artesian couldn't be differentiated. Furthermore, under the autocratic regime of Muslim rulers, the conditions of employees worsened. Wages were not guaranteed, the living conditions of workers were harsh, and there was no proper management. The coming of the British didn't improve the working conditions. After some time, however, most Indian industries were modeled after the British system of business, and this led to growth in various sectors.
  • 10. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS UNDER BRITISH RULE • During British rule, India was expected to be a colonial market for British goods up until a cotton mill was established in Mumbai in 1853 and a jute mill was established in Kolkatta in 1955. The working conditions of workers, however, were still very harsh with low pay, and this gave rise to various disputes involving the management and employees. On the other hand, Tata Iron and Steel industry was also established in Jamshedpur in 1911. While there was great demand of iron and steel before and during the First World War, the working conditions of workers hadn't improved. Hence, the Factories Act of 1881 was established, and it granted workers certain rights.
  • 11. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN FIRST WORLD WAR • The First World War was an opportunity in disguise for local factories in India. Prices of virtually all products went up and profits soared, however, wages of lower employees were still the same. There were various strikes and disputes between management and employees. During this time, the Workmen's Compensation Act (1923), the Trade Union Act (1926), and the Trade Disputes Act (1917) were established. While the wages of employees remained the same, they were given a certain share of profits made by their hiring industry. Strikes, however, were sometimes prohibited under the Emergency Rules. The years following World War II involved the most workers' upheaval, and saw the establishment of Industrial Employment Act (1946) and Industrial Disputes Act (1947).
  • 12. POST-INDEPENDENCE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS • The post-independence era saw a developing relation between industry and labor. A conference called the Industrial Truce Resolution took place in 1947, and foresaw the establishment of the Minimum Wages Act, Factories Act, and Employees State Insurance Act in 1948. This ensured peace between labor and industry. While industrial relations in India have evolved a long way, some features of the early system still exist today. Modern industrial relations are dynamic, and may integrate industrial policies of American and British businesses.
  • 13. BACKGROUND OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN INDIA THE FIRST PHASE OCCURRED FROM 1957-1966 this first phase was characterized by state led industrialization that required government guidance in labour unions. The laws formed were biased and the concept was that the government knew better than the workers.
  • 16. SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP • It is the term used for the tripartite. During the post war‐ period, Irish labour unions have been characterized by fragmentation at the local level (with multiple unions competing for members, industrial unrest at the local level, and tensions between unions), but centralization at the national level. •
  • 17. SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP • Labour unions have been clustered into large umbrella organizations, and the country has had a strong history of corporatism in industrial relations. • The three stages of “globalization” in Ireland—the decision to embrace an open economic policy in the 1950s, Ireland's 1973 entry into the EEC, and the deepening of European integration in the 1980s and 1990s—have generated continuous pressures on Ireland to embrace new strategies to accommodate the pressures of market forces. • Ireland's response to ‘globalization’ has not involved a disintegration of corporatist bargains or the weakening of unions, but rather a renewed focus on social partnership and consensus policy making in which unions have played a distinct role. •
  • 18. SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP • The result of this social partnership has been impressive growth rates since 1987, but a lingering problem of structural unemployment. To address this issue, Dublin has committed itself to the continuation and strengthening of corporatist bargaining, but with an increased emphasis on addressing the problem of social exclusion. It remains to be seen whether social partnership mechanisms can effectively address the problems associated with long term unemployment and‐ social exclusion, or whether Ireland is evolving toward a bifurcated economy, characterized by expanding jobs for skilled workers, but declining prospects for less educated‐ workers.
  • 19. WIDER APPROACHES TO INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Industrial conflicts are the results of several socio- economic, psychological and political factors. Various lines of thoughts have been expressed and approaches used to explain his complex phenomenon. One observer has stated, “An economist tries to interpret industrial conflict in terms of impersonal markets forces and laws of supply demand. To a politician, industrial conflict is a war of different ideologies – perhaps a class-war. To a psychologist, industrial conflict means the conflicting interests, aspirations, goals, motives and perceptions of different groups of individuals, operating within and reacting to a given socio-economic and political environment”.
  • 20. PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH • The problems of IR have their origin in the perceptions of the management, unions and the workers. The conflicts between labour and management occur because every group negatively perceives the behaviour of the other i.e. even the honest intention of the other party so looked at with suspicion. The problem is further aggravated by various factors like the income, level of education, communication, values, beliefs, customs, goals of persons and groups, prestige, power, status, recognition, security etc are host factors both economic and non- economic which influence perceptions unions and management towards each other. Industrial peace is a result mainly of proper attitudes and perception of the two parties.
  • 21. SOCIOLOGICAL APPROACH • Industry is a social world in miniature. The management goals, workers’ attitudes, perception of change in industry, are all, in turn, decided by broad social factors like the culture of the institutions, customs, structural changes, status-symbols, rationality, acceptance or resistance to change, tolerance etc. • the main function of an industry is economic, its social consequences are also important such as urbanization, social mobility, housing and transport problem in industrial areas, disintegration of family structure, stress and strain, etc. • As industries develop, a new industrial-cum-social pattern emerges, which provides general new relationships, institutions and behavioural pattern and new techniques of handling human resources. These do influence the development of industrial relations
  • 22. HUMAN RELATIONS APPROACH • Human resources are made up of living human beings. They want freedom of speech, of thought of expression, of movement, etc. When employers treat them as inanimate objects, encroach on their expectations, throat-cuts, conflicts and tensions arise. In fact major problems in industrial relations arise out of a tension which is created because of the employer’s pressures and workers’ reactions, protests and resistance to these pressures through protective mechanisms in the form of workers’ organization, associations and trade union
  • 23. LABOR MARKET The nominal market in which workers find paying work, employers find willing workers, and wage rates are determined. Labor markets may be local or national (even international) in their scope and are made up of smaller, interacting labor markets for different qualifications, skills, and geographical locations. They depend on exchange of information between employers and job seekers about wage rates, conditions of employment, level of competition, and job location.
  • 24. QUESTIONS • Discuss briefly about the Concept of Industrial Relations Management • Explain about Evolution and Background of industrial Relations in India • What are the Influencing factors of IR in enterprise and discuss the consequences. • Define and explain briefly Economic factors, Social factors and Political environment factors and Employment Structure • What Social Partnership discuss. • What are the approaches to industrial relations • What is Labor Market?
  • 25. ACTIVITY • Take an interview with industrial relation manager working nearby company of your place by preparing a questionnaire on MIR and its significance in a company.