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Title Name Amity solved Assignment For Industrial Relations and Labour Laws
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Semester Semester-III-HR Course: MBA
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                                                                                                                                                         Industrial Relations & Labour Laws

 

Assignment A

1.         What do you mean by Conciliation? Write various roles of conciliator?      

2.         Distinguish Arbitration and Mediation? What are the types of arbitration? 

3.         Define Labour Welfare?        

4.         Define Strike? Describe different types of strike?    

5.         Define trade union. Describe, few general features of trade union   

6.         Write down the importance of occupational safety and health.        

7.         Write some important problems of the Indian Trade Union. 

8.         Write down some important functions and objectives of industrial relations.          

 

Assignment B

Case Detail: 

In one state, the chief Minister was invited to the annual conference of a union where union elections were also scheduled. The Chief Minister inaugurated the conference and observed as follows: "I propose that you elect Mr.XYZ as your president and the president in turn elect his team. Before the members could understand the significance of what the Chief Minister has said there was a big round of applause from the audience-presumably orchastered by supporters of the Chief Minister´s nominee for president ship of the union. Before anyone could say anything quite, a few queued up and began to garland Mr.XYZ. Mr.XYZ then rose and announced the name of his nominees. The elections concluded. Those who were elected were happy about the smooth and cordial manner in which the elections had been held. Referring to two cases in the recent past in neighbouring factories, they said, in one the rival unions spent a lot  of money in elections. From where had the money come? Would the ones who had spent so much money not want to recover it in one form or another? Another elected person was talking about how management manipulated the elections to have a "company" union. Some of the people who had aspired to contest the elections were dismayed but could not do much because of the atmosphere in which the whole thing had happened.

 

Question

1. Discuss the problem of trade unions democracy. 

2. What suggestions do you have to make trade unions truly for the memebers, of the members, and by the members? 

3. What role, if any, should management have in the manner in which unions are administered? Is there a justification for managements to intervene in the internal matters of unions on the grounds that the internal dynamics of unions affect the functioning of the company wherein the unions operate?

 

Assignment C

1. Industrial relations cover the following area(s)     

  1. Collective bargaining 
  2. Labour legislation      
  3. Industrial relations training    
  4. All of the above

 

2. Which of the following is not an approach to industrial relations?           

  1. Unitary approach       
  2. Pluralistic approach    
  3. Marxist approach       
  4. Employee’s approach

 

3. Under unitary approach, industrial relation is grounded in           

  1. Mutual co-operation   
  2. Individual treatment  
  3. Team work and shared goals 
  4. All of the above

 

4. Pluralistic approach perceives ______ as legitimate representative of employee interests

  1. Trade unions  
  2. Management  
  3. Board of Directors     
  4. None of the above

 

5. In Marxist approach, concerns with wage related disputes are     

  1. Primary           
  2. Secondary      
  3. Tertiary           
  4. Not considered

 

6. For the Marxists, all strikes are      

  1. Political          
  2. Social 
  3. Legislative      
  4. None of the above

 

7. Which of the following is (are) not acceptable to Marxists?         

  1. Enterprise bargaining 
  2. Employee participation          
  3. Co-operative work culture     
  4. All of the above

 

8. Elton Mayo and his team believed in the positive nature of         

  1. Managers        
  2. Management  
  3. Employees      
  4. All of the above

 

9. Parties to industrial relations are    

  1. ILO, Government, Association of employers
  2. ILO, Government, IMF         
  3. ILO, Board of Directors, Association of employers 
  4. Government, Board of Directors, Association of employers

 

10. Which of the following department has major interest in harmonious industrial relations         

  1. HR     
  2. Production     
  3. Finance           
  4. Marketing

 

11. The following is (are) included in ILO’s standards with regard to industrial relations  

  1. Right of association   
  2. Right to organize and collective bargaining  
  3. Tripartite consultants 
  4. All of the above

 

12. According to Indian Labour Commission (ILC) major recommendations, Union once recognised should be valid for a period of _____ years to be co-terminus with the period of settlement. 

  1. Two    
  2. Three  
  3. Four    
  4. Five

 

13. In case of retrenchment, worker is entitled to ____ months notice or notice pay in lieu of notice.        

  1. One    
  2. Two    
  3. Three  
  4. Four

 

14. Strike should be called only if at least _____ percent of workers are in support of strike.         

  1. 10       
  2. 15       
  3. 20       
  4. 25

 

15. A proactive industrial relations programme must cover the following decision(s)          

  1. Communication          
  2. Competence   
  3. Discipline and conflict           
  4. All of the above

 

16. Section 2 (a) of the act defines the term  

  1. Adult  
  2. Adolescent     
  3. Child  
  4. Calendar year

 

17. According to the definition of "week" under the Act, it is a period of seven days beginning at midnight on           

  1. Sunday           
  2. Monday          
  3. Saturday         
  4. Friday

 

18. If any article is stored in a cold storage, is it considered as a Manufacturing Process under the Act?   

  1. Yes     
  2. No      
  3. Both a & b     
  4. None of the above

 

19. As per the Act, a person who has not completed his 15th year of age is a/an     

  1. Adolescent     
  2. Teenager         
  3. Child  
  4. Adult

 

20. A Mobile unit that belongs to the armed forces of the Union is not a "factory" as per the definition of "factory" given under the Act.           

  1. Yes     
  2. No      
  3. Both a & b     
  4. None of the above

 

21. Section 2 (n) under the act defines:         

  1. Publisher        
  2. Manager         
  3. Owner
  4. Occupier

 

22. "Welfare" is not part of the Factories Act, 1948 

  1. Yes     
  2. No      
  3. Both a & b     
  4. None of the above

 

23. As per the Act, the floor of every work room should be cleaned once every     

  1. Day    
  2. Month
  3. Week  
  4. Hour

 

24. The District Magistrate cannot become an inspector as per the Act.       

  1. Yes     
  2. No      
  3. Both a & b     
  4. None of the above

 

25. The power of inspectors is discussed under which section of the Factories Act, 1948? 

  1.  Section 9       
  2.  Section 10     
  3.  Section 11     
  4. Section 12

 

26. Which of the following are Militant functions of trade union?   

  1. To achieve higher wages and better working conditions       
  2. To generate self confidence among workers 
  3. To provide opportunities for promotion and growth 
  4. To protect women workers against discrimination

 

27. Which of the following Act is related to Un organized Labor    

  1. The Bonded Labor System (Abolition) Act  
  2. Maternity benefit Act
  3. Workmen Compensation Act
  4. None of the above.    

 

28. Strikes are a result of more fundamental maladjustments, injustices and economic disturbances:          

  1. Yes     
  2. No      
  3. Both a & b     
  4. None of the above

 

29. Which of the following functions of trade unions are related to trade unions

  1. To present and strengthen trade union democracy    
  2. To improve financial position of trade unions           
  3. To curb inter – union rivalry  
  4. All of the above

 

30. Workers committee is to be constituted in an industry which is employing- ________or more employees           

  1. 75       
  2. 90       
  3. 100     
  4. 804

 

31. __________ is the term used for the workers or employees who are the members of trade unions or employee association      

  1. Un-organized labor    
  2. Organized labor         
  3. Uneducated labor      
  4. None of these

 

32. Which of the following is not a part of primary strikes   

Sympathetic strikes    

 Tools down- Pen down         

 Stay away strikes      

 Protest strikes

 

33. _________ are the rules and regulations which govern the conditions of employment of workers       

  1. Standing orders          
  2. Policies           
  3. Advice
  4. None of these

 

34. Which area Industrial Relations does not cover  

  1. Economic development         
  2. Role of management, union and government            
  3. Collective bargaining 
  4. Machinery for resolution of industrial dispute          

 

35. _________ refers to the kind of rivalry present within the establishment as there is provision in law of being more than one union in a plant           

  1. Intraunion rivalry       
  2. Unionism        
  3. Socialism        
  4. None of these

 

36. _________ are the bodies on which the representation is entirely of the employees      

  1. Staff and work councils         
  2. Management committee         
  3. Mentors and councilors          
  4. None of the above     

 

37. ________ is a sort of insurance covers to members to fight against irrational, arbitrary and illegal actions of employees      

  1. Collective strength     
  2. Industrial strength      
  3. Social strength
  4. None of these

 

38. It is one of the ______ function to protect labor against victimization and injustice     

  1. Trade unions  
  2. Social groups  
  3. Government   
  4. None of these 

 

39. The first organized trade union in India named as ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_______ was formed in the year 1918   

  1. Delhi labor union       
  2. Bombay labor union   
  3. Madras Labor Union  
  4. None of these

 

40. The main functions of __________is resolve the difference existing between the management and the workers          

  1. Collective bargaining 
  2. Co-operation  
  3. Agitations      
  4. None of  the above

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