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  1. 1. STAFF WELFARE Leave, salary Promotion, Placement, guidance and supervision Performance appraisal Institutional reports and records Nirmala Roberts India
  2. 2. “ Every organization hears what employees says, Good organization listens to what employees have to say but, organizations with EMPLOYEE WELFARE SCHEMES listen to what employees don’t say”
  3. 3. WHAT IS STAFF WELFARE (EMPLOYEE WELFARE)?  A comprehensive term for various services & facilities provided by employer to the employees for their comfort & betterment. = Fringe benefits and services. = Betterment work for employees  It is a dynamic concept.  Differs acc to social customs, degree of industrialization and educational level of employee.
  4. 4. Philosophy of Employee Welfare The organization believes that –  Success of organizational devt. depends upon harmonious relations and co-operation between employee and employer  The employee has a fund of knowledge and experience at his jobs.  Prosperity of organization is possible by right direction and full use of employee’s capability  Satisfaction of employee is of paramount importance
  5. 5. Objectives of Employee Welfare  For the benefit of the employee, the employer and society at large.  The objectives are to -  Improve the loyalty & moral of the employees  Maintain high levels of employee motivation  Improve employee productivity  Reduce labour turnover and absenteeism  Improve the goodwill & public image of the enterprise  Improve industrial relations and industrial peace
  6. 6. Agencies of Employee Welfare  Central government - Provisions for health, safety and welfare under Factories Act 1948, and Mines Act 1952  State government & Union territories - Rules for welfare of workers and ensures compliance under various labor laws.  Employers - They abide by labour laws  Trade unions – They formulate their rules  Other agencies: - Charitable & social service organizations – YMCA, Lion’s club, Seva sadan
  7. 7.  Policing theory - Minimum stds of welfare to be maintained by employers under compulsion  Religion theory - Investment aspect  Philanthropic theory - Love for mankind; good working conditions  Trusteeship theory (paternalistic theory ) – Timely & periodic acts of labour welfare from profits accrued Approaches to Employee Welfare (Theories)
  8. 8.  Placating theory- Periodical acts of welfare.. As ‘pacifiers’  Public relations theory- Create good impression among the public  Functional theory- To make workers more efficient  Social theory- Obligation to provide for the employees welfare Approaches to Employee Welfare (Theories)
  9. 9. Organization for Employee Welfare  The Factories Act ,1948  Mandatory to appoint a welfare officer in every industrial establishment with 500 or more number of employees.  Prime responsibility for welfare - With the line manager or the HR manager.
  10. 10.  Statutory welfare schemes - Legal provisions as part of labor legislation. And  Non statutory welfare schemes (Voluntary )– Undertaken by employers  Intramural: - Provided within the organization and  Extramural: - Provided outside the organization Types of Employee Welfare
  11. 11.  Statutory welfare schemes - Legal provisions as part of labor legislation.  Drinking Water, Canteen facilities, wash rooms  Well furnished, well lit and well ventilated work place  First aid appliances Types of Employee Welfare
  12. 12.  Non statutory welfare schemes (Voluntary)– Undertaken by employers -  Personal Health Care - Regular to extensive health check-ups  Flexi-time: Flexible work schedules  Employee Assistance Programs: Counseling  Increments, housing, loans, transportation, education of children Types of Employee Welfare
  13. 13.  Non statutory welfare schemes (Voluntary)– Undertaken by employers -  Social insurance - PF, ESI, maternity benefit, gratuity benefit, risk allowance, compensation for work injuries  Social security – Medical care, sickness benefit, retirement benefit, invalidity pension, accident benefit, Survivor’s benefit Types of Employee Welfare
  14. 14. Types of Employee Welfare  Intramural: - Provided within the organization -  Medical compensation, Canteen, restrooms, creches, uniforms  Good environment –Hygiene, lighting, seating, safety measures  Convenience -Wash rooms, waste disposal, drinking water, libraries.  Health services - Health center, First aid, Counseling  Women and child welfare – MCH, Women’s recreation  Others- Service loan, insurance
  15. 15. Types of Employee Welfare  Extramural: - Provided outside the organization –  Housing, waste disposal, proper roads, markets, security, health services  Child welfare & education  Leave travel, recreation  Interest free loans  Workers cooperative stores  Vocational guidance
  16. 16. Staff Placement  Placement – The process of placing the  person on the  job  Proper placement  Motivating climate; personal growth; max productivity; better chances for meeting organizational goals  Faulty placement  <ed organizational efficiency, >ed attrition, threats to organizational integrity and frustration of personal & professional ambitions
  17. 17. Appointment Order for placement  Employment conditions – Permanent, temporary, probation etc  Duration of probation and its termination  Service conditions  Hours of work  Salary & allowances  Leave and medical facilities  Job description  Supervised by whom (reporting to whom)
  18. 18. Employee Leave  Types – Sick, casual, earned, national, maternity, paternity, transfer, sabbatical (without pay), half pay leave, deputation leave (with pay)  Leave accumulation  Leave surrender & encashment
  19. 19. Employee Salary  Salary – Basic + allowances (City compensatory, HRA, high altitude, risk)  Gratuity – Payment of gratuity act, 1972 (with >5 yrs of service OR death before that)  Employee Provident Fund – 8% - 12% of salary
  20. 20. Employee Promotion  Upward movement of employee within the organization –  To a higher job  With increase in salary, status and responsibility  Based on – Seniority OR Merit  May be temporary or permanent
  21. 21. Employee Promotion- Purpose & Advantage  Incentive - For loyalty, cooperation & long service  Recognize employee’s initiative, enterprise and ambition  Minimize discontent and unrest; and develop competitive spirit  Attract suitable and competent employees.  Retain skilled and talented employees  Better utilization of K, S and A of employee  Fill vacancies of retirement/ resignation / demise of employee ……..Needs logical training for advancement
  22. 22. Guidance and supervision  Mentorship  Lesson plans & Supervised teaching  Pre-demonstrations  Periodic feedbacks/ counseling  Performance appraisal

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