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Industrial Relation Consultancy

Formulation of industrial relation policy

A sound industrial relations system is not capable of precise definition. Every industrial relations system has to take into account, and reflect, cultural factors. Systemscannot change culture, but only behavior within a cultural environment. As such, one can only describe some of the elements which have generally come to be recognized as contributing to a sound industrial relations system. These elements would constitute a sort of 'check-list'. A relatively sound industrial relations system will exhibit some of these elements.

Principles of negotiating charter of demand

One of the important functions of personnel manager is to deal with demands of the work force and to ensure smooth and efficient functioning of the work place.This is said very easily.In day to dayoperations, many problems will crop up which needs attention. Starting with ensuring timely attendance to Disciplinary issues,there will be many testing times.However the biggest test comes, when the agreement with workers, union needs to be renewed or fresh agreement is to be negotiated and signed.

Formation of union

Labor unions are legally recognized as representatives of workers in many industries. Their activity today centers on collective bargaining over wages, benefits, and working conditions for their membership, and on representing their members in disputes with management over violations of contract provisions. Effectively managed they can be the biggest asset to the company at KBM we recognize their importance and help both parties come to common term depending on the situation.

Bridging gap between employer and unions

Significant differences exist between employers' plans for developing talent and employees' views on an effective workplace. With tightening labor markets, increased sophistication in hiring for best fit, and a more demanding employee population, the key to achieving business growth is radically redefining how talent is managed, developed, and incentivized.

Problem solving

People tend to do three things when faced with a problem: they get afraid or uncomfortable and wish it would go away; they feel that they have to come up with an answer and it has to be the right answer, and they look for someone to blame. Being faced with a problem becomes a problem. And that's a problem because, in fact, there are always going to be problems! we at KBM do expect to see problems but are always prepared to face them and solve them in speedy professional and effective manner.