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BSWU: A Case of ‘Independent’ Trade Union in India

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 44 Issue 2

Published: 2008
Author(s) Name: Santanu Sarkar
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Abstract

This study has two fold objectives: (a) to present the history of trade union movement in India , largely narrating the changing relationships among unions, employers and the state, and (b) to elaborate and explain the conditions that were instrumental in the growth of nonpolitical independent unions in the country. The points that emerge out of the case discussion signify a trend where independent rank-and-file led union (that came into existence owing to a variety of reasons) has proven its collective strength time and again. Keywords : Tradeunions in India

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