Labour turnover refers to the ratio of the number of employees in the beginning and that in the end of the year. This ratio signifies the extent to which employees leave and new employees join in a given period. Labour turnover is a one kind of discontent is expressed not by striking work but by […]
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Labour Welfare activities are now not exclusively within the jurisdiction of the employers, governments and trade unions. Strictly not with a view to rendering welfare services to workers as defined in the industrial dictionary, a number of service organisations, national and international in character, have come forwarded to uplift the conditions of the toiling masses. […]
What are the demerits of Division of Labour? Doing the same work over and again without any change produced-mental fatigue. Work becomes joyless and monotonous. There is no pleasure in the job. The worker cannot be expected to take any interest.
What are the merits of division of labour? Division of labour is an inevitable feature of the modern industrial system. It is advantageous in the following ways.
By division of labour we mean an arrangement where by people perform different functions at the same time. Though the term. ‘Division of labour’ is applied in the field of economics, yet in fact division of labour..
Short essay on International Labour Organization. It stands for the International Labour Organization It came into existence on April 11, 1919 and was associated with the League of Nations.
1247 words free essay on Child labour in India. Childhood is the most innocent phase in human life. It is that stage of life when the human foundations are laid for a successful adult life.
One of the major concerns of the Government has been the improvement of labour welfare and safety with increasing productivity and provision of a reasonable level of social security.
Labourers below the age of 14 years are called child labour. India has the largest number of child labour in the world. According to the census figures of 1991, India has 11.29 million child labourers which constitute 1.34 per cent of the total population of our country.
Can we eliminate child labour? Though it is a desirable goal the fact remains that in the given socio-economic scenario that is prevalent in our country, it is virtually impossible to do away with child labour.