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A Study on Labour Welfare Measures and Social Security on Selected Engineering Unit of Ahmadabad


  • Charotar University of Science and Technology, Changa, Gujarat, India
  • Indukaka Ipcowala Institute of Management, Changa, Gujarat, India


Human resource is treated as important factor for any Industry and there is need to maintain healthy relationship among them. Industrial relations help in maintain harmony among employees in Industry. And hence, there is need to provide adequate welfare measures and social security to maintain Industrial relations at working place. Employee welfare and Social Security play vital role to motivate them towards work. The employee's welfare scheme classifies into two categories like Statutory & Non-statutory welfare Scheme. With a view to this fact the present research paper focuses on labour welfare measures and social security. The research is conducted with the objective of identifying the employee's welfare measures and social security and their satisfaction level towards all welfare measures and social security on selected engineering unit of Ahmadabad. This paper describes the detailed Objectives, Hypothesis, Methodology, and Analysis of Data with the help of tool ANOVA and Generalization of result. Lastly, Major steps are suggested in order to increase standards of Welfare measures and social security.


Industrial Relations, Non-Statutory Welfare Scheme, Social Security, Statutory Welfare Scheme, Welfare Measures Scheme.

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