Contract Labour Audit

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Proposed Synopsis on “Trade Union Movement & its Impact” in context to BHEL, Haridwar Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Of Master of Business Administration (Session 2009-2011) SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTED TO: VIPUL AGGARWAL MRS. KHYATI KAPIL MBA 2nd YEAR LECTURER SECTION “O” DEPTT OF MBA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING…show more content…
If this is unsuccessful, the union can apply to the Industrial Court for a decision. In considering the union 's application, the Court must assess many factors including the level of union membership and the presence of any other unions. Often, the Court will organize a ballot among the affected workforce to decide whether recognition should be awarded. Throughout the process, the emphasis is on reaching voluntary agreement. Collective bargaining If a union is formally recognized by an employer, it can negotiate with the employer over terms and conditions. This is known as 'collective bargaining '. For collective bargaining to work, unions and employers need to agree on how the arrangement is to operate. They might, for example, make agreements providing for the deduction of union subscriptions from members ' wages, which is to represent workers in negotiations and how often meetings will take place. Both these agreements on procedure and agreements between employers and unions changing the terms applying to workers (like a pay increase for example) are called 'collective agreements '. Your contract of employment will probably set out which collective agreements cover you. It 's possible that a union may negotiate on your behalf even if you 're not a member. Why workers join a union? Some workers join a trade union because they believe that a union can: * Negotiate better pay * Negotiate better working conditions, like more holidays or
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