Basic Principles of successful Labor Welfare Programs

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Basic Principles of successful Labor Welfare Programs:

1. Workers should always be paid their expected salaries. Labour welfare should not be replaced by inadequate income or health benefits. Rather labour welfare is a sum of adequate income, benefits and related entities.

2. A nurturing and responsible environment must be created by the industrial sector.

3. The industry should aim toward increasing the overall efficiency of its workforce. Efficiency is the key to a successful business. Efficiency can be increased by the industry by ensuring that its workers are provided with proper housing, education, training, and a well balanced diet.

4. Industrial labour must be treated like human beings with wants and needs. Labour in an industry must be respected as people, and not used as tools.

5. Everyone in the industry should equally be aware of and accept the concept of labour welfare.

6. Welfare should not only encompass a person's work life, but also his/her life at home, educational institution, and community.

7. Individuals involved in the creation and implementation of welfare programs must use democratic values to make their decisions. The voice of the majority must be considered. Furthermore, workers must be involved in making decisions on welfare management.

8. Everyone involved in welfare management must accept the full responsibility and implement it. Labour unions, together must be involved with the senior management, must take up the responsibility of labour welfare. In addition, various committees must be assigned smaller tasks and must be held responsible for

9. Labor welfare programmes must be constantly reviewed and scrutinized. All the parties involved must submit to the periodic reviews and offer their honest opinions.

10. Welfare schemes must be carried out at the correct time. Timeliness is extremely important.

11. Welfare schemes must be aimed at simple-minded individuals. All individuals receiving welfare must be comfortable with the scheme and must be able to help themselves if need arises.

Additional Readings:

1. Define the term 'Labor Welfare'
2. Theories about Conceptual Frame Framework of Labor Welfare
3. Basic Principles of successful Labor Welfare Programs
4. Explain the Factories Act of 1948
5. Explain the Employee’s State Insurance Act of 1948
6. Explain the Employee’s Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act of 1952
7. List and Functions of Organizations that monitor Labor Welfares
8. Workmen’s Compensation Act of 1923
9. Employees Pension Scheme of 1995
10. Payment of Gratitude Act of 1972
11. Social Security System
12. Maternity Benefits Act of 1961
13. Welfare Measures at the Tata Iron and Steel Company

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