Dynamics of Industrial Relations

ISBN Number : 978-93-5262-169-9

Student Price : Rs.698

Student Dollar Price : 28$

Library Price : Rs.1895

Library Dollar Price : 76$

Book Edition : Sixteenth

Year of Publication : 2023

No. Of Pages : 576

Book Weight :1116

About The Book

New life has been infused into this Sixteenth Edition. The whole of the subject matter has been consolidated into this volume that unfolds all that needs be known by students, researchers and practitioners as also those to be sitting in judgment in matters relating to Industrial Relations. The material is very exhaustive and discusses every aspects of the subject in great depth.


Contents :

Part I : Industrial Labour In India
1. Growth of Industrial Labour Force
2. Characteristics of Indian Labor
Part II : Trade Unionism
3. Trade Unionism Concept, Functions, Approaches, Structure and Security
4. Trade union Movement in India
5. Problems of Trade Unions
6. The Trade Union Act, 1926
Part III : Industrial Relations
7. Industrial Relations: Concept, Perspective and Organisation
8. Evolution of Industrial Relations
9. Anatomy of Industrial Conflicts
10. Industrial Unrest in India
11. The State and Industrial Relations Policy
Part IV : Resolutions of Industrial Conflicts
12. Tripartite and Bipartite Bodies
13. Standing Orders and Grievance Procedure
14. Ethical Codes and Industrial Relations
15. Collective Bargaining
Part V : Settlement machinery
16. Conciliation
17. Arbitration
18. Adjudication
Part VI : Industrial Relations Legislation
19. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946
20. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
Part VII : Labour Welfare and Education
21. Labour Welfare, Work and Institution of Labour Welfare Officer
22. Workers` Education and Training
23. Workers` Participation in Management
Part VIII : Industrial Relations and Related Legislation
24. Wage Policy and Wage Regulation Machinery
25. Wage Legislation
26. The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
27. Legislation Relating to Factories
28. Miscellaneous Legislation
Part IX : Industrial Relations-Legal Implication, Modern and International Scenario
29. Industrial Relations and the Constitution
30. Industrial Relations and Technological Change
31. India and International Labour Organisation (I.L.O.)
32. Industrial Relations and Human Resources Development
33. Industrial Relations Systems in UK and USA
34. Main Recommendations of the Second Nation Commission on Labour 1999

About The Author

Dr. Satish Mamoria - 

Reader in Commerce,

P.G. Department of Business Studies,

S.P. University,

Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat

Dr. C.B. Mamoria was head of the Department of Commerce and Management Studies at the Unversity of Udaipur. Late Dr. Mamoria was also Professor of Business Administration. An authority on the subject, he comtributed original ideas that formed part of his philosophy, well received in reputed seats of learning in India and abroad.

Among the numerous of classic works, to recall a couple are "Dynamics of Industrial Relations", "Business Planning and Policy". A beacon light to the subjective seeker, although no more amongst us, has left behind his master works, now carried on in Perpetuity.

Prof. Pulapa Subba Rao is from Vangalapudi, near Rajahmundry, AP, India and has acquired Ph.D. degree in Commerce and Management area from Andhra University and has taught various courses in the areas of Commerce and Management. He is a teacher, researcher, trainer, consultant, academic administrator and author in the areas of commerce, business and management, with a blend of national and international systems and cultures. He worked as Vice-Chancellor, Millennium University, Blantyre, Republic of Malawi and Oriental University, Indore, India. He worked earlier as Pro Vice-Chancellor, Director-Academic Audit and Founding Professor of Business Administration, the University of Papua New Guinea and Professor, Dean and Head, SK Institute of Management, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Ananthapur, AP, India. He also worked at the University of Asmara, Eritrea, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Prasanthinilayam, and PG Department of Commerce, Sir CRR College, Eluru, AP, India.

He was the recipient of National Merit Scholarship from the Government of India, ‘Meritorious Teacher, Award from the Government of AP, India, Best Paper Award and Member of the Order of the LOGOHU Award from the Government of Papua New Guinea for the service to the community and Higher Education through contributing to teaching, research and community out-reach.

He was the President of India Association of PNG Inc. during 2005-06. He has been a Fellow and a Member of Executive Council of various professional organisations in Papua New Guinea and Australia.

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