|Author:||C. S. Venkata Ratnam|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Sage Pubns Ltd (July 1, 2003)|
|Other formats:||mobi rtf doc mbr|
Negotiated Change book.
Negotiated Change book. Based on the survey and study of about 220 collective bargaining agreements in the public and private sector in India since 1991 to date, this volume discusses the legal framework of collective bargaining in India. It discusses agreements, which provide for different kinds of flexibility, promote productivity and usher in workplace improvements.
Negotiated Change - Collective Bargaining, Liberalisation and Restructuring in India . However, the liberalisation of the internal market in 1993 and the gradual increase in competition in the following period led to a series of tensions surrounding the intensification of work rates, the redistribution of productivity gains, the increasing use of contract workers and the early retirement system introduced by the group from 1997 onwards (D'Costa, 2011). Reference: The role of multinational company strategies in structuring global supply chains in the automotive industry.
The debate over collective bargaining in India is in conformity with the observations of scholars in the global context. Organising strategies within this model were premised on large, centralised workplaces, regular shift changes and a large, stable, homogeneous workforce (Herod 2007)
The Response of Collective Bargaining to Liberalization and Restructuring in India. by C. S. Venkata Ratnam. Published July 2003 by Response Publishing.
The Response of Collective Bargaining to Liberalization and Restructuring in India.
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Authors and affiliations. C. Nath, S. (1993) Tripartism in India. Bangkok: ILO APPOT Project (mimeo). National Commission on Labour (Government of India) (1969) Report of the National Commission on Labour.
CHAPTER 13 Employment Relations in India. Venkata Ratnam and Anil Verma
CHAPTER 13 Employment Relations in India. Venkata Ratnam and Anil Verma.
Gain insight into new approaches to collective bargaining negotiation
Gain insight into new approaches to collective bargaining negotiation. Collective bargaining negotiation between labor unions and corporate employers is a specialized area in the field of general negotiations. However, the underlying legal and relationship aspects make these areas distinct. General business negotiation and lawsuit negotiations are not regulated by statutory provisions. In contrast, external laws mandate and govern a collective bargaining negotiation
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However the liberalization of the Indian economy and the advent of global competition is forcing companies to shed their adversarial approach and work towards building cooperative relations with labour. This book reviews the response of collective bargaining to challenges of globalization and the restructuring of enterprises in India. Based on the survey and study of about 220 collective bargaining agreements in the public and private sector in India since 1991 to date, this volume discusses the legal framework of collective bargaining in India. It discusses agreements, which provide for different kinds of flexibility, promote productivity and usher in workplace improvements. It deals with the emerging trends towards negotiated flexibility at the enterprise level and other corresponding changes in the old framework. It also highlights the special features of public sector bargaining and the role of collective bargaining in social security.
This timely book goes beyond providing mere analyses and understanding of these emerging trends. It discusses the implications of these trends for managers, workers, trade unions and the state and also suggests a 10-point agenda for reforms required to tackle the future challenges, which will come as a result of this changing environment.