Role of Trade Union on Labour Administration on its Associate’s Performance in TNSTC, Kumbakonam Division–I

Authors

  • Sudipta Adhikari Brainware University, Kolkata, West Bengal 700125, India
  • Kaushik Banerjee Brainware University, Kolkata, West Bengal 700125, India

Abstract

The existence of a recognized and strong trade union is vital for an industrial process to run smoothly. Act 651, also called the Labor Act 2003, was formed to help, and act as a guide to maintain a peaceful relationship between the employees and the management. It becomes important to acknowledge the major role the Union Activities have for an organization. These roles include maintaining harmony among employers and employees of an industry; negotiating or dealing with employees; serving as a director and guide for the employees for directing their concerns; and other similar roles. Decisions taken through a process of collective negotiation and bargaining between unions and the employer are highly influential. Trade unions, along with their important roles, are also helpful in maintaining an effective communication channel between the management and the workers. However, this study revealed the purpose of Job security, to protect from economic hazards, get respect from peers, express grievances through a trade union, get economic security, restrain management from acting, and gain more Bargaining Power is, a few reasons which compel a worker to join with the Trade Unions. The participation of all the employees in trade union activities can be motivated for the success of the trade union of the Corporation. The Union is involved in managing the working hours, holidays, or leaves, Managing the reshuffling or temporary transfers, Managing the dismissals or mandatory retirement, managing the collective agreement, Managing the labor hiring, Managing the employment, and staffing standards, Managing the bonus and wages, the standard for retirement allowance and annuity, Union manages the employee welfare. Hence the trade union has to take serious steps and bargain with the Corporation to ensure the job security of the employees. Hence the present study was aimed at analyzing the union activities on labour management on its member’s performance in Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation Kumbakonam Division – I.

Keywords:

Trade Union, TNSTC, Labour Management

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Published

2022-07-01

How to Cite

Adhikari, S. ., & Banerjee, K. . (2022). Role of Trade Union on Labour Administration on its Associate’s Performance in TNSTC, Kumbakonam Division–I. International Journal on Recent Trends in Business and Tourism (IJRTBT), 6(3). Retrieved from https://ejournal.lucp.net/index.php/ijrtbt/article/view/1749