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A STUDY ON EMPLOYEES PERCEPTION TOWARDS WELFARE FACILITIES OF ORGANIZATION

(A Study of 40 Respondents Working In

Western Railway Baroda Division of Personnel Department)A

RESEARCH DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO

SOCIAL WORK FACULTYM.S.UNIVERSITY

Research Guide

Researcher:

Mrs. Samina pathan

Megha Thakkar M.

26th MARCH 2012PREFACE

When the worker feels that the employer & the state are interested in his day. Today life & would liter to make his lot happiness in even possible way his tendency to grouse & grumble will steadily disappear.Reage Committee

Labour welfare is a relative term. It is continuous process for state of well being of employees. It is very difficult to define \ express the word welfare but it covers all activity for well being of an individual. Statutory welfare facility under factory act 1948 prescribed minimum level of welfare facility pertain to health, safety & welfare of the employee and other social labour legislation parting to welfare like bonus Act, ESIC Act etc.

Labourers are considered as valuable section of the society since 21st century. Generally people arranged every factor provision prescribed under provision of minimum level of welfare facility, the condition of worker will definitely improve.

Mere theoretical knowledge cannot help one in any field whether it is management, technology, research or any other field. The only things, which can help one, are having a sound practical knowledge of the concerned field. As part of my learning in management field and also as a requirement of the DHRM Program, I have been very fortunate to receive practical knowledge in WESTERN RAILWAY BARODA DIVISION PRATAPNAGAR.To keep pace with fact moving world where distance & time are shrinking, in the sphere of workers welfare as well, there is very great need for change. The workers are the architects of their own future & that of their children & also of the future of the nation

The Underlies driving force today is the conviction that men and women should be able to go to the organization as places of proper human habitation, where they can work with more comfort.

Research Guide

Researcher

Mrs. Samina Pathan

Thakkar Megha M.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTWalking down the memory lane for ONE year that have taken one to finish this work. I see that this dissertation would not have been possible without the active support and guidance of many important people in my life. Heartfelt thanks to all of them for giving me the confidence and patience to go on.

I express my heartfelt gratitude to Dr. M. N Parmar Dean of faculty of social work for providing me excellent infrastructural facilities and a learning culture in the campus. I am sincerely thankful to, Mr. M.N shukla (DRM), of Western Railway Baroda Division and All my Respondents without whom this study would not possible. I am sincerely thankful to the Mrs. Geetha Nair(welfare officer) at Western Railway for guiding me.

I take the privilege to thank my constant Research Guide Mrs. Samina Pathan, from the depth of my heart for being a north star and always being ready to direct me. I am thankful to him for immense patience and for coping with my pace of work.

I find it obligatory on my part to express my heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness to the all the faculty members for providing me opportunity to throughout the ONE year of my studies.

Lastly, I am thankful to my parents and my friends for their constant emotional support.

26th MARCH, 2012

Thakkar Megha MLIST OF TABLES

Table No.ParticularPage No.

Primary information of respondents.

1Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their Age.34

2Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their Sex.35

3Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their marital status.36

4Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their type of resident.37

5Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their Education.38

6Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their Designation.39

7Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their Department40

8Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their work experience.41

9Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their type of family.42

10Table showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their Nos. of dependent.43

Information about statutory facility

11 Table Showing information of first aid appliance facility.44

12Table Showing information of canteen facility45

13Table Showing information of Rest room, shelter, lunch room46

14Table Showing information of Drinking eater facility47

15Table Showing information of Sanitary facility48

16Table Showing information of Housing facility49

Information about non statutory facility

17Table Showing information of medical facility50

18Table Showing information of transportation facility51

19Table Showing information of education facility52

20Table Showing information of Recreation facility53

21Table Showing information of Cooperative credit society54

22Table Showing information of mahila samities /Handi craft centre55

23Table Showing information of Holiday home facility56

24Table Showing information of Any other facility57

25Table Showing information of Organization & efficiency58

26Table Showing information of Welfare officer59

Opinion of respondents about welfare facility

27Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about first aid appliances60

28Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about canteen facility61

29Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Rest room, shelter, lunch room 62

30Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Drinking water facility63

31Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about sanitary facility64

32Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Welfare officer65

33Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about head quarter facility66

34Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Medical facility66

35Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Transportation facility68

36Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Education facility69

37Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Recreation facility70

38Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Cooperative society71

39Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Mahila samities/Handi craft centre72

40Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Holiday home facility73

41Table Showing Distribution of the respondents with reference to their opinion about Organization& efficiency 74

IndexChapter No.PARTICULARPage No.

***Preface***

***Acknowledgement***

***List of Tables***

IIntroduction & Research Methodology1

IIReview of Literature18

IIIData Analysis and Interpretation33

IVFinding, conclusion, suggestion75

***Bibliography87

***AnnexureQuestionnaire89

CHAPTER - I

Introduction [1]PHILOSOPHY OF LABOUR WELFARE:

Welfare is a broad concept referring to a state of living of an individual or a group, in a desirable relationship with the total environment ecological, economic and social. Labour welfare includes both the social and economic contents of welfare. Social welfare is primarily concerned with the solution of various problems of the weaker sections of society like prevention of destitution, poverty etc. It aims at social development by such means as social legislations, social reform, social services, social work, social action etc. The object of economic welfare is to promote economic development by increasing production and productivity and through equitable distribution. Labour welfare is a part of social welfare, conceptually and operationally. It covers a broad filed and connotes a state of well being, happiness, satisfaction, conversion and development of human resources.

HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF LABOUR WELFARE:

Labour welfare activity in Indian was largely influenced by humanitarian principles and legislation. During the early period of industrial development efforts towards workers welfare was made largely by social workers philanthropists and other religious leaders, mostly on humanitarian grounds. Before the introduction of welfare and other legislation in India. The conditions of labour were miserable. Exploitation of child labour, long hours or work, bad sanitation absence of safety measures etc. were the regular features of factory life. The earliest legislative approach could be traced back of the passing of the apprentices act of 1850. [2]

This act was enacted with the objective of helping poor and orphaned children to learn various trades and crafts. The next Act was the Fatal accident act of 1953 which aimed at providing compensation to the families of work