Human Resource Professional
Prashant B Ingawale
Educator, Management Consultant & Trainer
11th February 2017 From India, Pune
If supervisor getting gross salary more than 15000/- & also ,he have right to approve /reject leave of junior employee & if supervisor not comes under workmen definition as per ID act based on wages then supervisor can be participate in union as leader of union & he will be eligible for DA.
11th February 2017 From India, Haldwani
It will depend how treatment to such employees in Supervisory cadre and rest of workmen together or without unionized staff is being given. If your organization has a system of wages payment bargain-able as a matter of precedence and they are also directly or indirectly bargaining or made to take advantage following workers wages increase , then definitely yes they can plot this type of activities in concert with workmen. Merely, calling Supervisor by designation, wages limit etc, are secondary thing of no consideration.
Employee relations is not exactly advancing over regulatory process. Today, staff unions are there , bargain salaries , settling employees demands and all disputes in big corporate offices. What is happening in Banks? Forget the Bank, IAS, IPS have their associations? and it is a joint strategy inside at full power attempted by every employee other than owners to have maximum increase in payments. HR must recognize scenes behind and out of curtain to play the desired role as game changer.
14th February 2017 From India, Delhi