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hi I am working in a pharma co. presently I am loking after salary but wanna to know about IR function.
From India, Vijayawada
Hi Menka

If you want to know about IR function you have to
study the Acts perfectly.Especially the ID act 1947, Trade
union act 1926,Standing orders act and so on.That will
give you the idea of IR functions.
The IR is a vast field what exactly your question is you
clarify first.


Rajeev Dixit

From India, Bangalore
Dear Menka,
I appreciate the post posted by my friend Mr. Rajeev Dixit but there are more to the IR than ID Act & Trade Union Act:
The following are the Functions of an employee handling IR:
1) Employee Compensation & benefits
2) Provident FUnd
4) Employee Greviances
5) Accidents Reporting and Investigation
6) Attendance System including Time Office
7) Factory / Company related Issues
8) Housekeeping
9) Canteen (Including Infrastructure, Food and Water provided)
10) Dealing with Unions
11) Dealing with Government Authorities like Factory Inspector, Labour Commissioner.
12) Agreements with the Union during the time of settlement.
13) Transportation
14) Legal Complaince and Statutory Complaince
15) Any other issues or work related to the Acts mentioned in the Labour Laws.....
I think that i have cleared your doubt.....

From India, Mumbai
Dear Ankitji :-D
You have rightly listed the functions,but if she doesnt no the
acts ie:legal part, how she can handle employee greviences
or Provident FUnd or ESIC or Legal Complaince and Statutory Complaince ? these things are integral part of IR functions.
Rajeev Dixit

From India, Bangalore
Dear Rajeev & Ankit
It is great help to me. I know the rules under PF , ESI but is confused between IR and personnel functions because IR is mainly related to the image building function. I think the list provided by Anikitis helpful

From India, Vijayawada
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