How To Avoid Labour Unrest?

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For the past few months, Uttarakhand’s Pantnagar industrial zone in Udham Singh Nagar district has been witnessing major labour unrest that has halted manufacturing units of many. Companies like Mahindra, Delta, Pricol, Parle and several other companies are badly hit by labour unrest in the area. Labour unrest is a highly unfortunate incidence it not only halts company’s immediate production line but impacts its long term profitability and in some cases even jeopardize the business survivability. Now the question is how to avoid labour unrest in the first place? According to Ms. Kanika Kohli, VP, Trendsetters Facilities & Technical Services (TFTS), largest outsourcers of specialised manpower and licensed labour to northern Indian manufacturing units, says, “labour unrest can happen due to many reasons but the most common reasons are political influence on trade unions…
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Against The Ambitious ‘Make In India’, Indian  Manufacturing Sector faces Crucial Challenges

Against The Ambitious ‘Make In India’, Indian  Manufacturing Sector faces Crucial Challenges

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The current ‘Make in India’ initiative launched to give the boost to different sectors like automobiles, chemicals, IT, pharma, textiles, engineering & manufacturing and others. The initiative aims to transform India from highly potential market to the powerhouse of manufacturing, thereby creating millions of job opportunities. In short, the campaign is conceived and designed to achieve multiple objectives and far reaching impact on the economy. However, Ms. Kanika Kohli, of Trendsetters Facilities & Technical Services (TFTS), which is India’s leading manpower outsourcing for manufacturing sector says, India still face certain crucial challenges in manufacturing sectors, like: Job-Skill Mismatch: Every year millions of young students graduate from popular courses like engineering medical, business studies but they are not equipped enough to work in the industry. According to FICCI and Ernst and Young, called Higher Education in India:…
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