Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant
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Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
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Thank you for being part of this discussion. I am doing research work and needs your input.
From India, Mumbai
It would be useful if you give more information about the aim and objectives of your research and whether it is for academic purpose and how you will use the information provided.
From United Kingdom
Thank you for your interest, Ma'am/Sir.
Since cinema has been one of the effective ways of learning, I am analysing a movie that depicts ethical dilemmas of the trade union and challenges of industrial relations.
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From India, Mumbai
Dear colleague,
It is still relevant for sweated labour/ unorganized workers / Contingent workers who are not paid even subsistence wages let alone minimum wages under the law. They are deprived of many basic amenities and have to work long hours besides being subjected to several injustices at work places.
In organized sector, the wage levels, fringe benefits and working conditions have far improved through TU presence and therefore their influence is waning.
Regards,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR-Consultant

From India, Mumbai
It is always relevant and important. As long as low wages, harsh working conditions continue in different surreptitious manner the need for trade unions exist. But the union activity needs to come overboard which would help their visibility and sustain support.
From India, Madras
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