The industrial relations system in India has been under pressure for decades and new problems are emerging as the country becomes more integrated into the global economy. The main architecture of the system was established prior to Independence and remains mostly unchanged. There is an urgent need to develop a system that embraces all workers especially given India's demographic profile and the expected increase in the number of working age people over the next decade.
The experience of women workers and the failure of both the industrial system and the union movement to understand and accommodate their needs is also an important challenge for industrial relations in India. In order to maintain good relationship with the employees, the main functions of every organization should avoid any dispute with them or settle it as early as possible so as to ensure industrial peace and higher productivity.
Against this background CII Karnataka is organizing a one day IR Conference on the topic “Managing Industrial relations for Healthy Business Environment” on 19 August 2011.
The conference will provide a tremendous opportunity to learn and network with the leading practitioners in the field of IR.
Key Takeaways :
Who Should Attend?
CEOs/MDs , Directors, Vice-Presidents, General Managers, Heads, Senior Managers & Managers handling various aspects of IR and HR, Employee Relations, Personnel Management and other HR related activities in their organizations.