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Saravanan P (25)Prafful Kothari (20)    Pritesh Jain (14)
Trade Unions -Meaning Trade Unions is an association either of employees or  employers or of independent workers It is r...
History of Trade Unions        The First Phase (1850-1900)       The Second Phase (1900-1946)          The Third Phase (19...
The Third Phase• The third phase began with the emergence of Independent  India (1947). The partition of country affected ...
Objectives of Trade Unions To improve the economic lot of employees by securing for them better wages To secure better w...
Functions of Trade UnionsMilitant functions To achieve higher wages and better working conditions To raise the status of...
Reason for joining Trade Unions Greater Bargaining Power Minimize Discrimination Sense of Security Sense of Participat...
Rights & Responsibilities of Trade UnionsRights To protest & take industrial action To consultation about changes in wor...
Responsibilities To work with in law To listen to members view To not pressurize non members to join To keep their mem...
Types of Trade Unions Craft / Skill union : These unions represents the skilled  workers Eg. Musician, Unions Industrial...
Trade Unions in India The Indian workforce consists of 430 million workers, growing  2% annually. The Indian labor market...
At present there are twelve Central Trade Union Organizations in                                   India:   All India Tra...
Problems & Weakness of Trade Unions Uneven Growth Limited Membership Multiplicity of Unions Outside Leadership Financ...
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Trade unions in india

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Trade unions in india

  1. 1. Saravanan P (25)Prafful Kothari (20) Pritesh Jain (14)
  2. 2. Trade Unions -Meaning Trade Unions is an association either of employees or employers or of independent workers It is relatively permanent formation of workers. It is not a temporary or casual Combinations of workers It is formed to secure certain economic, social benefits to workers.
  3. 3. History of Trade Unions The First Phase (1850-1900) The Second Phase (1900-1946) The Third Phase (1947)
  4. 4. The Third Phase• The third phase began with the emergence of Independent India (1947). The partition of country affected the trade union movement particularly Bengal & Punjab. By 1949, four central trade union organizations were functioning in the country :  The All India Trade Union Congress  The Indian National Trade Union Congress  The Hindu Mazdoor Sang  The United Trade Union Congress
  5. 5. Objectives of Trade Unions To improve the economic lot of employees by securing for them better wages To secure better working conditions for workers To secure bonus for the employees from the profit of the concern To resists scheme of the management which reduce employment eg. Rationalization & automation To secure welfare of employees through group schemes which give benefit to every employee To protect the interest of employees by taking active participation in the management To secure social welfare of the employees To secure organizational stability, growth & stability
  6. 6. Functions of Trade UnionsMilitant functions To achieve higher wages and better working conditions To raise the status of workers as a part of industry To protect labors against victimization and injusticeFraternal Functions To take up welfare measures for improving the morale of workers To generate self confidence among workers To encourage sincerity and discipline among workers To provide opportunities for promotion and growth To protect women workers against discrimination
  7. 7. Reason for joining Trade Unions Greater Bargaining Power Minimize Discrimination Sense of Security Sense of Participation Sense of Belongingness Platform for self expression Betterment of relationships
  8. 8. Rights & Responsibilities of Trade UnionsRights To protest & take industrial action To consultation about changes in work practice To recruit new members To Negotiate on their members behalf Participation in election Participation in Industrial action
  9. 9. Responsibilities To work with in law To listen to members view To not pressurize non members to join To keep their members informed Vote in election Report problem to representatives Act within the law when taking part in action
  10. 10. Types of Trade Unions Craft / Skill union : These unions represents the skilled workers Eg. Musician, Unions Industrial Union : These unions represents the different industries Eg. Fire Brigade Union General Union : These represent workers from different industries & any level of skills Eg. Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC) White Collars Union : They represents office workers Eg. National Union of Teachers
  11. 11. Trade Unions in India The Indian workforce consists of 430 million workers, growing 2% annually. The Indian labor markets consist of three sectors: The rural workers, who constitute about 60 per cent of the workforce. Organized sector, which employs 8 per cent of workforce, and The urban informal sector (which includes the growing software industry and other services, not included in the formal sector) which constitutes the rest 32 per cent of the workforce.
  12. 12. At present there are twelve Central Trade Union Organizations in India: All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) Hind Mazdoor Kisan Panchayat (HMKP) Hind Mazdoor Sabha (HMS) Indian Federation of Free Trade Unions (IFFTU) Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC) National Front of Indian Trade Unions (NFITU) National Labor Organization (NLO) Trade Unions Co-ordination Centre (TUCC) United Trade Union Congress (UTUC) and United Trade Union Congress - Lenin Sarani (UTUC - LS)
  13. 13. Problems & Weakness of Trade Unions Uneven Growth Limited Membership Multiplicity of Unions Outside Leadership Financial Problems Indifferent attitude of workers
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