Modern Human Resource Practices and Industrial Relations

Uma Shankar Singh, Osman Sahin


The present study here is based on the discussion of conceptual relationship of human resource practices and industrial relations for the NINL, India. The problem formulated based on literature review is IR system not only from the point of view of bargaining, conflict resolution, basic rights and so on, but also from the point of view of contributing to enterprise performance on which the welfare of employees also depends. Further the research objectives set are, to study the attitude of management and employee towards each other and to know how the organization implemented the HR& IR function. Analysis performed using statistical tools frequency and percentage using SPSS software.  From this survey it is observed that most of the employees are satisfied with the following things: Performance Appraisal Policy, Allowances provided during night shift, Medical facility provided during night shift, Promotion Policy of NINL, Transfer Policy. But there is some dissatisfaction among the employees. From the questionnaire, I have observed that it is necessary to take steps to improve the following things: The quality of canteen facility, Better career opportunity should be provided to the employees children as to show them organization care for them, Some more incentives should be provided to the employees according to their job load, New developed training should be provided to the employees, The immediate boss should co-operate the subordinate.

Key Words: HRM, IR, policy, welfare, hrm practices, Human Resource Management.

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