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Unions and Managerial Associations in Indian Organizations: A Case Study of Selected Organizations

Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Volume 1 Issue 2

Published: 2012
Author(s) Name: Tripti Singh, Ginni Chawla, Anant Mishra
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Abstract

Foundation of the industrial relations system in India was laid prior to independence and remains mostly unaltered till date. New issues emerge as the country continues to integrate into the global economy. This paper intends to identify the major issues that affect the working of trade unions and managerial associations and discuss their role in maintaining harmonious industrial relations within an organization. A case study approach is used to carry out qualitative research on the identified issues at three major industrial units, each at a different stage of organizational development, having distinct organizational cultures and systems. Important transitions have been concluded from each of the identified public, private and co-operative organizations in India.

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