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INDUSTRIAL RELATION AND LEGILATION

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LEGISLATIONS 14MBAHR301 Subject Code No. of Lecture Hours / Week Total Number of Lecture Hours Practical Component IA Marks : 50 Exam Hours : 03 Exam Marks : 100 : 14MBA HR301 : 04 : 56 : 01 Hour / Week 1 PART A INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MODULE – I (8 hours) Introduction: Background of Industrial Relations – Definition, scope, objectives, factors affecting IR, participants of IR, importance of IR. Approaches to Industrial relations, system of IR in India. – Historical perspective & post-independence period, Code of Discipline and historical initiatives for harmonious IR, Government policies relating to labor, ILO and its influence on Legal enactments in India. MODULE – II (8 Hours) Collective Bargaining & Negotiation: Collective Bargaining: Definition, Meaning, Nature, essential conditions for the success of collective bargaining, functions of collective bargaining, importance of Collective Bargaining, collective bargaining process, prerequisites for collective bargaining, implementation and administration of agreements. Negotiations-Types of Negotiations-Problem solving attitude, Techniques of negotiation, negotiation process, essential skills for negotiation, Workers Participation in Management MODULE - III (8 Hours) Trade Union Trade Unions: Meaning, trade union movement in India, The role of the Trade Unions in Modern Industrial Society of India, functions of trade unions, objectives of important trade unions, The Trade Union Act, 1926, procedure for registration of Trade Union, Grounds for the withdrawal and cancellation of registration, union structure, Rights and responsibilities, Penalties for offences of trade unions, Difference between a registered and a recognised. Trade Union, problems of trade unions, future trends of trade union movement in India. Dept. of MBA / SJBIT Page 1
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LEGISLATIONS 14MBAHR301 MODULE – IV 2 (8 Hours) Grievance procedure and Discipline management: Grievance - Meaning and forms, sources of grievance, approaches to grievance machinery, Grievance procedures, and model grievance procedure. Discipline - Causes of Indiscipline - Maintenance of discipline. Principles of Natural Justice, Judicial approach to discipline, Domestic enquiries, Disciplinary procedures, approaches to manage discipline in Industry, Principles of Hot stove rule. MODULE – V (8 Hours) Industrial Conflicts: Industrial conflict – perspectives, Nature of conflicts and its manifestations causes and types of Industrial conflicts, prevention of Industrial conflicts, industrial disputes act of 1947, settlement Machinery of Industrial disputes. Paradigm shift from industrial relations to employee relations – shift in focus, difference, employee relations management at work, culture and employee relations, future of employee relations. PART B MODULE – VI INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATIONS (16 hours) Factories Act 1948 Industrial Employment (Standing orders) Act, 1946 Employees‘ State Insurance (ESI) Act, 1948, Maternity benefit Act, 1961 Contract Labour Act Shops & Establishment Act Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act 1986 MODULE – VII (8 Hours) Minimum Wages Act, 1948 Payment of Wages Act, 1936 Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 Dept. of MBA / SJBIT Page 2
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LEGISLATIONS 14MBAHR301 3 Employees‘ PF & Miscellaneous Provision Act, 1952 Employee Compensation Act, 2013 Dept. of MBA / SJBIT Page 3
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND LEGISLATIONS 14MBAHR301 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS MODULE CONTENT NO PAGE NO I Introduction 5 – 28 II Collective Bargaining & Negotiation 29 – 53 III Trade Union 54 – 87 Grievance procedure and Discipline management 88 – 94 Industrial Conflicts 95 – 102 IV V 1. Factories Act 1948, 2. Industrial Employment (Standing orders) Act, 1946 3. Employees‘ State Insurance (ESI) Act, 1948, VI 4. Maternity benefit Act, 1961 103 – 145 5. Contract Labor Act 6. Shop & Establishment Act 7. Child Labor act(Prohibition & Regulation)Act 1986 1. Minimum Wages act 1948 2. Payment of Wages act 1936 3. Payment of Gratuity Act 1972, VII 4. Employees‘ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1952; 146 – 179 5. Payment of Bonus Act, 1965. 6. Employee Compensation act 2013 Dept. of MBA / SJBIT Page 4

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