Industrial Relations And Labour Laws

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Dear friends
We have two different bonus policy ,Implementing for the first time in company.
In policy for Union employee as per union agreement,we give bonus as Annual (BAsic+DA) *12%.
In other for Non union employee we give entire one month gross salary as bonus.
Please let us know should we go further with our two policy and what would be outcome of doing the same.
My contact no is 9689901446
Pratap M kamble

From India, Pune
Two policies is not a genuine one but unfair and therefore, shall be avoided, if possible. If non unionised employees are getting less than what the unionised employees are getting, there will be a tendency to get membership in trade union. This will certainly be a big fall of HR. On the other hand, if you pay more benefits to non union employees, the union will question it and demand parity. Therefore, bring the employees under one and the same policy.

From India, Kannur
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