Workers Participation in Management

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CHAPTER - I TOPICS ➢ INTRODUCTION ➢ METHODOLOGY ➢ INDUSTRIAL POLICY RESOLUTION OF INDIA 1956 ➢ RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ➢ HYPOSTASIS OF THE STUDY WORKERS PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT- SPECIAL STUDY CHAPTER - I INTRODUCTION: The Word ‘Participation’ has its origin n the Latin root ‘participate’ which means taking part or sharing. Sharing is atleast a bilateral process. Hence ‘workers participation’ is considered as a process by which workers participate in Management functions of planning, to organizing and controlling with the objective o better results and satisfaction. The move to associate workers in decision-making process of Management has gradually been Gaining momentum in India with the introduction of…show more content…
It is necessary in this context that the worker should be made to feel that in his own way, he is helping to build a progressive state. The creation of Industrial Democracy, therefore, is the pre-requisite for the establishment of a socialistic society for successful implementation of the various plan project through the increased association of councils of Management consisting of Management Technicians and workers in large establishment in organized industries. As a preliminary step to give effect to this recommendation, the then Ministry of Labour and Employment, setup as tripartite study group consisting of representatives of employers, workers and government in October, 1956 who visited a number of European countries to study the various types of schemes of “Workers participation in Management” that had already been tried out in these countries and to seek clarification of a number of difficult issues that were known to the closely bound up with them. The recommendations of the “study group” were accepted by the Indian Labour Conference in 1957 and after the discussion in a seminar in January 1958, the scheme of “Joint Management Councils” was formulated. A significant feature of the scheme has
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