Autonomous Administration of Corporation through Workers Participation in Management
Keywords:Autonomy, Corporation, WPM
Workers participation in management, also known as WPM, is an advanced type of labour management cooperation that guarantees the concept of autonomous and democratic administration of a company in order to achieve peace and harmony in the workplace. As a consequence, a greater understanding and mutual trust may be established between the company and the employees. A constant communication between them helps to maintain industrial harmony and increase worker loyalty. This plan contributes to increased output and productivity, as well as the equitable distribution of productivity gains, via more effective management and improved industrial relations. However, all of the efforts undertaken by the government, employers, and other employees to increase the involvement of workers in industrial management have fallen short of the goals for which they were intended in India. This research examines Women's Participation in Medicine (WPM) in India and makes an effort to determine the reasons for low participation rates. It also makes some useful recommendations for overcoming the issue
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