Participative Movement

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What is a Participative Movement?

An example of participative movement would be the process of decision-making by the village panchayat on matters relating to social and religious decisions. Today, participative movement requires that labour and management effectively participate in decisions that help increase productivity and profits. Thus, participative movement requires that all industry behave like a democratic society when it comes to decision-making.

Aspects of Participation:

1. Decisions come from the person's self rather than his/her skills.

2. Motivates people to contribute their creativity for the benefit for their entire organization.

3. Encourages participants to accept greater responsibility, and become better citizens.

Additional Readings:

1. Indian Labor Class
2. Causes of High Labor Turnover in India
3. Principles and Functions of Indian Trade Unions
4. Organizational Structure of Indian Trade Unions and Union Security Covers
5. Indian Trade Union Act of 1926
6. Additions to Trade Union Amendment of 1982
7. Problems with Indian Trade Unions
8. Recommendations of the National Commission of Labor
9. National Central Trade Union Organizations in India
10. Conduction of a Trade Union Meeting
11. Types of Union Meetings
12. Rights of Recognized Trade Unions
13. Participative Movement
14. Functions of Joint Management Councils
15. Cancellation of Indian Trade Union Registration

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