Evolution of Labour Law

The history of labour laws in India is interwoven with the history of British colonialism. The industrial/labour legislations enacted by the British were primarily intended to protect the interests of the British employers. Considerations of the British political economy were …

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Need of Labour Laws

In a developing country like India, labour legislation is needed because of the following reasons: Weak Labour Organisations Labour organizations are relatively weak and in most cases, they depend merely on the mercy of the employers. The individual worker is …

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Concept of Labour Laws

Labour laws or labour legislations are used to cover all the laws of the government which have been enacted to deal with employment and nonemployment, wages, working conditions, industrial relations, social and economic security, and welfare of persons employed in …

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Performance Linked Career Planning & Promotion Policy

Performance appraisal is the foundation of career planning. Through this process, employees work towards goals that support the needs of the business and their professional development. The purpose is to build relationships and facilitate conversations between employees and managers throughout …

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Reward System

A Reward system refers to the procedures, rules, and standards associated with allocating benefits and compensation to employees. Reward system in the context of performance management is defined as an integrated system that ensures equitable avenues to employees for the …

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Disadvantages of 360-Degree Feedback

The 360-degree feedback also has some disadvantages, which are as follows: Dishonest Feedback Employees giving feedback are working together in the same organisation. There are situations of mutual needs, and one would not like to evoke feelings of bitterness by …

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Advantages of 360-Degree Feedback

Following are the advantages of 360-degree feedback: Provides All-Round Feedback The 360-degree feedback gives all-around feedback from various sources like colleagues, supervisors and reporting staff. This helps in bringing different perspectives into the feedback. The feedback report is formed by …

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Essentials for Effectiveness of 360-Degree Feedback

Following are the various essentials that ensure the effectiveness of 360-degree feedback: Prepare the Participants The management should plan a proper introduction of the 360-degree framework in the organisation. At the same time, training modules for the system should be …

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Process of Conducting 360-Degree Feedback

Following are the steps involved in conducting the process of 360- degree feedback: Develop a Questionnaire In the first step, a typical questionnaire is developed, which contains about 50 to 100 questions. These questions relate to performance aspects like communication, …

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