Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (PJSS) Volume. 31, No . 1 (June 2011), pp. 185-199
Unions and Supervision: A Case Examine of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Muhammad Shaukat Malik
Assistant Professor of Management and Human Resources Bahauddin Zakariya University or college Multan, Pakistan E-mail: [email protected] edu. pk
A. B. Basit
Affiliate Professor of Economics, The Islamia School of Bahawalpur
Ahmad Kamal Qazi
Assistant Manager-Marketing, PTCL, Multan Pakistan. E-mail: [email protected] com
Unions basically seek to progress the interest with their members. Like a principal goal, unions exert a strong influence on people, organizations and upon the government to advance the economic and social positions of their matters. Union play significant part by adopting positions about such community issues while unemployment, task security, opportunity for advancement, tariffs, health care, income, social reliability etc . They try to impact the decisions of not simply the supervision of specific organization nevertheless also the state of hawaii legislatures to boost labor laws on variety of issues intended for welfare with their employees. In addition , unions by performing their particular fraternal desired goals provide a impression of that belong for employees to provide them a sense of identification and purpose. This paper initial traces the historical advancement unions with particular referrals to Pakistan, highlight their merit and demerit, current position in public and private companies and challenge they are facing at present. Second it investigates the role of assemblage in Pakistan's major institution like Pakistan Telecommunication Company (PTCL). It really is observed that over the time union is definitely loosing all their positions in the world as well as in Pakistan like in PTCL. After privatizations since 06\ the state of the affairs of unions by PTCL are extremely pathetic. Staff have lost all of their hopes which the union is ever going to work for their very own well creatures. Unions need to review themselves to be recognized by the staff and the market leaders have to work beyond their particular personal hobbies. Unions need to demonstrate a bigger social perspective as well. Keywords: Unions; PTCL; Collective Negotiating Agent
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Idea of union evolved in eighteenth century and within one hundred year, unions in organization turn into so solid that they end up being the most critical variable to be maintained by the company management. Unions represent the non bureaucratic staff of the organization and work for their very own rights i-e salary climb, promotions, better working environment and employee security etc . Sometimes the agenda of unions contradicts together with the agenda of management as a result of which issue generates and if this issue is usually not solved in its early on stage, it might result in hits, shutdowns, law enforcement arrests etc . Numbers of worldwide event are evident to the theory. This kind of paper should explore union role inside the organizations and exactly how they performed in different regimes in different organizations of the world and Pakistan like Pakistan Telecommunication Limited (PTCL). The conventional paper is organised as follows: Following a introduction, section 2 . zero provides books review regarding the union's history, their particular merits and demerits, their job in public and organization, their very own progress in the world and in Pakistan. Section 3 provides an overview of Pakistan Phone system Sector and PTCL. Section 4 provides the methodology intended for the study. Section 5 examines the results of the research in detail and section 6th presents the general conclusions and our tips.
II. Literature Review
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