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Title: Collective Bargaining in Manufacturing Sector: Insights from Case Studies
Authors: Otari, Varun Krishna
Keywords: School of Management and Labour Studies
Bino Paul
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: TISS
Abstract: The aim of collective bargaining is to give and take and also to maintain and develop a labour management relationship to a level where parties take no unilateral decisions. Participants come together and discuss over the issue those lies between management and union. Hence it does not bring the differences between management and employee but bring co-operation within them. Collective bargaining also brought respect for each other from management side and also from workers as well. Collective bargaining has motivated a lot for the mutual functioning of management and workers in an organization. Instead of facing judicial proceedings, now both the groups come together and discuss over the issue and try to negotiate within the organization. The present study is furnished using a qualitative approach. Case study method has been used as a research methodology. The structured interview schedule is being used for collection of data from primary sources. Unit of analysis was industrial relations managers and trade union leaders. Purposive and convenience sampling was used for collection of data from respondents. Data was collected from primary as well as from secondary sources of data. Today it seems that both the parties have realized that to sustain in the market and to maintain their owns brand image is very important. It is also pin pointed by both the groups that to achieve desired aim and objectives of an industry it is very important to work collectively without hurting each other’s sentiments. Even the trade unions have realized that their mode of operation has to be changed in order for to survive labour class in the country. As mentioned in various books and published journal articles that, mode of operation of trade unions have changed from being radical to the cooperative movement. It has to be changed as it has occurred that due to the agitating kind of reactions, it has always scared potential investors to invest in regions and country. More importantly it is the self realization of both the groups that they have to work together every day for self and industries development
URI: http://dspace.tiss.edu/xmlui/handle/1/1971
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