Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Articles from Vol. 51, No. 3, January

A Critique on the ILO's Core Labor Standards
This paper attempts to find how the existing labor law regime had reached present day stage of culmination. It extends a warning as to how this hard earned labor jurisprudence of the country would be torn into pieces in the near future with the upcoming...
Communication Competence of the Professionals from India & Turkey
This paper studies the communication competence of the working professionals from India and Turkey. Both these countries have fast growing young populations and rapidly developing economies. There are significant differences between Indian and Turkish...
Development Oriented Training Climate in Institutions of Higher Education
The present study contributes to the extant literature in 'Development Oriented Training Climate' (DOTC). The model suggests that the seven dimensions, viz., effective information flow from institution to the trainees, effective performance evaluation...
Economic Contribution of Government Department Enterprises in India
This study analyzes the productivity and production function in India s manufacturing sector with particular reference to performance of government department enterprises. The data source for the study is Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) of the Central...
HRD Climate & Customer Satisfaction in Indian Private Banks
The present study examines the relationship between HRD climate and customer satisfaction. The HRD climate is conceptualized as comprising three components: general climate, OCTAPAC and HRD mechanisms. A survey based study was conducted in the Indian...
ILO, WTO & Indian Industrial Relations
Today most of the industries are going global and most of the companies are MNCs. All these companies have to deal with different countries, cultures and beliefs. The companies face various road blocks in trade like unions, regional barriers, legal...
Industrial Relations in the Transnational Business Scenario: An Overview
In the pursuit of business excellence, the transnational corporations have aggressively adopted the practice of off-shoring of production and operations. In response to this development transnational industrial relations scenario have experienced continuous...
Managing Workplace Diversity: Performance of Minority Employees
Organizations will not reap benefits from diversity management till there is a supportive environment which is inclusive in orientation towards the minority workforce. The present study was carried out in three organizations in India. The independent...
Philosophical Underpinnings of Approach to Ethical Dilemmas: Study of Indian Managers
These days we need not strain ourselves to gather examples of unethical business conduct, erosion of values and moral delinquency in business settings. What is that the mangers draw from while taking a decision in the face of ethical dilemmas? This...
Role of Manager-Employee Relationships in Retaining Knowledge Workers in IT Industry
This study highlights that retention is possible not so much by HR strategies but by line strategies. The paper discusses the role of line managers in retaining knowledge workers in the Indian Information Technology (IT) Services industry using grounded...
Talent Categorization & Justice Perception: An Empirical Study
In a large manufacturing setup employees are categorized either as learner (low performer), competent (average performer) or leader (high performer) by their superiors during annual performance appraisal. This paper investigates and analyzes as to...
Universal Endorsement of Values & Impact on Employee Engagement
This paper examines the impact of cultural values on employee engagement and the interaction effects of the former on the latter. The study is based on a statistical analysis of survey data from India, USA, UK, Germany, Ecuador, Denmark, France, Switzerland,...
Women Managers & Professionals: Work-Family Conflict & Job Satisfaction
This study examines the consequences of both work-to-family conflict (WFC) and family-to-work conflict (FWC) among a sample of managerial and professional women in India. Data were collected from 224 women, working fulltime in diverse organizations...
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