Causes of High Labor Turnover in India

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Causes of High Labour turnover in India:

Labout turnover is the rate at which old labour is replaced with new labour. Overall, a low labour turnover is desirable in the industry. There are various reasons for labour turnover:

a. Avoidable factors include: resignation, dismissal, layoffs.

b. Unavoidable factors include: death, retirement, and frictional unemployment.

c. Turnover due to work reduction is caused due to: industrial depression, seasonal fluctuations, completion of temporary jobs, and discontinuous business.

d. Turnover due to job factors: insufficient wages, unsatisfactory working conditions, etc.

e. Sometimes, better wages and opportunities are offered at other companies.

f. Badli System: this system forces workers to rotate.

Another major cause of turnover is labour migration.

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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