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Title: Questions of wage policy & work
Authors: All-India Trade Union Congress
Issue Date: 1957
Publisher: All-India Trade Union Congress
Abstract: The booklet sums up the main resolutions of the Tripartite Indian Labour Conference in Delhi held on 11 and 12 July 1957. At the conference, the government circulated four papers prepared by the Labour ministry and published here. It focuses especially on wages. It includes the following chapters: A forward by Dange, Shripad Amrit; Some general principles in the determination of industrial wages in India; Principles of wage fixation – A study of industrial awards; Determination of the minimum wage; Share of wages in factory output; Main conclusions and recommendations of the 15th Indian Labour Conference (Wage policy; Rationalisation; Housing; Discipline in industry; Workers’ participation in management; Workers’ education; Training within industry; General); A review of the Tripartite conference; Standing labour committee – Code for discipline in industry; Dissenting note by the AITUC; Productivity seminar and principles.
URI: Delhi
metadata.dc.pages: Iv-vii, 1-2, 3-112
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