Challenges Of Industrial Relations

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This paper examines the challenges and effectiveness of industrial relation in Indian industries. India today most dynamic business environment, each and every organization wants to become a successful organization. Without Human Resource (HR) it cannot be possible. The most important asset i.e. Human Resource (man power) is known as life blood of any organization. The success of any organization depends upon the performance of their Human Resource. If question arises to find out the most important difference between ordinary organization and successful organization, the answer would be their HR. The organization also wants quality people. The greatest challenge before every organization is to recruit right people in right place. HR is the…show more content…
In industries, collaboration of men having diverse interest often leads to tensions and conflicts. Each interest group tries to maximize its share from the enterprises. Their orientation towards work is also bound to be different from another. Establishment and maintenance of harmonious relations between employee and management is a pre-requisite for the organization’s performance. When good understanding prevailing between them, each party tries to serve the other to the best of their ability. Industrial Relations are a dynamic socio-economic process. It a “designation of a whole field of relationship that exists because of the necessary collaboration of men and women in the employment process of industry”. It is not the cause but an effect of social, political and economic forces. In order to understand the issues and problems associated with industrial relations, Also the fast changing technological development, industrial production techniques, and ideological values have brought forth in the industrial world a unique type of employer and employee relationship. For a proper theoretical perspective of industrial relations, it seems essential to have a historical review of industrial relations in India. Economists have traditionally identified four factors of production, viz., land labor, capital and organization. The role of labor as a factor of production is becoming…show more content…
 Dynamic and changing: Industrial Relations change with the times, generally keeping pace with the expectations of employees, trade union, employers` associations, and other economic and social institution in a society.
 Spirit of compromise and accommodation: The Industrial Relations system is characterized by forces of conflict and compromise on either side. In the large interests of society, both the employer and the employees must put out fires amicably and get along with each other in a spirit of compromise and accommodation. The individual differences and disagreements must be dissolved through persuasion and even pressure. The factors responsible for conflict situations need to be resolved through constructive means.
 Government’s role: The government influences and shapes Industrial Relations with the help of laws, rules, agreements, awards of courts and emphasis on usages, customs, traditions, as well as the implementation of its policies and interference through executive and judicial
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