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Title: Management Of Indiscipline Among Industrial Workers:Study In A Food Processing Factory
Authors: Nandakumar, P.
Keywords: Desai, K.G.
School of Social Work
Issue Date: 1983
Publisher: Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Abstract: It emerges that the management of indiscipline has been a difficult and vexing problem for the workers and the management. It is evident that there is very. Little effort made by the factory towards the promotion of discipline among the personnel. The only way it seems to be doing is by way of disciplinary actions. Consequently it is time that the factory examined the issue of promotion of discipline and took steps in that direction. Quite often the inter-union rivalry and the activism in the union lie at the centre of indiscipline among the workers. That there has been an excessive reliance on punishments for changing behaviors is obvious. As punishments have many undesirable side effects and in view of the fact that better techniques of changing unsatisfactory behaviors are available. (like behavioral supervision. organizational behavior modification etc.), it appears that the time is ripe for assessing the validity and of the new techniques in the Indian context. It is also emerging that the (vii) application of the new technique to change unsatisfactory behaviors among the personnel must receive top priority in days to come.
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