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EVALUATION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS POLICIES (CONTINUED)






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Labour Courts

The commission recommended for

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Industrial relations commission

The commission has recommended

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Industrial Harmony

While industrial peace has a negative and positive approach, industrial harmony is a positive and constructive approach to the solution of industrial disputes.

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Discipline Procedure

After hearing the views both the employers and the workers, the Commission has suggested the following changes in the discipline procedure:

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Grievance Procedure

The Commission has observed that “Statutory backing should be provided for the formulation of an effective grievance procedure, which should be simple, flexible, less cumbrous and more ore less on the lines of the present Model Grievance Procedure.

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Settlement of industrial disputes

According to the commission the best way to settle industrial disputes is for the parties to the dispute to talk over differences at the table and settle them by negotiation and bargaining.

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Works committees and joint management councils

Regrading the Works committees, the commission has recommended that;

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The commission recommends that

“Unfair labour practices on the part of both employers' and workers' union should be detailed and suitable penalties prescribed in the industrial relation's law for those found guilty of committing such practices.

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Arbitration

Arbitration

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Conciliation

The commission observes that, “the functioning of conciliation machinery has not been found satisfactory due to the delays involved, the causal attitude of one or the other party to the proceedings, lack of adequate background in the officer himself for understanding the major issues involved and ad hoc nature of the machinery, and the discretion vested in the government in matter of referenced to disputes.”

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Strikes/Lock-outs and Gheraos

The commission has categorized industries as 'essential' and 'non-essential' for the purpose of strikes and lock-puts. It ha made the following recommendations

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Recognition of Unions

The commission in of the view that statutory recognition should be granted to the union as a sole bargaining agent. In this connection it recommends:

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The commission also recommended that

There are three option of commission also recommended

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Collective bargaining

The commission has suggested various measures to encourage the growth of collective bargaining which, according to it, enjoys an important place in maintaining peaceful industrial relations.

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National Commission on labour & Industrial policy

The National commission on labour was appointed, under the chairmanship of Dr. P.B. Gadendragadkar to make a comprehensive review of all labour mattes with a wide variety of terms of reference since the royal commission on labour report in 1931.

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The Industrial Policy resolution, 1956

The industrial policy resolution makes following observations in regard to industrial workers and industrial relations:

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Sixth five year plan

The sixth plan observes, “Industrial harmony is indispensable for a country to make economic progress....Healthy industrial relations, on which industrial harmony is founded, cannot be regarded as a matter of interest only to employers and workers, but also of vital concern to the community as a approaches of the parties concerned.

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Fifth Five year Plan

The fifth plan stressed the need for greater involvement of labour by ensuring its vertical mobility in the industrial organisation. The plan said:

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Fourth Five Year Plan

No fresh direction or any shift in the Government's industrial relations policy was indicated int the fourth Plan.

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The Resolution emphasized

There are some options of resolution empasized

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