MCQs on Industrial Relations & Labour Welfare -4

1. Three tier framework of industrial relations was proposed by:

(A) Kochan, T.A., et. al
(B) Richardson J.H.
(C) Clark Kerr
(D) John T. Dunlop



2. A system of industrial relations where social and labour issues are discussed between trade unions and management at enterprise level is:

(A) Bipartism
(B) Tripartism
(C) Social dialogue
(D) None of the above



3. The relations between government and transnational corporations are divided into liberal, neo-mercantilist and neo-imperialist categories by:

(A) Richardson, J.H.
(B) Clark Kerr
(C) Kochan, T.A., et.al
(D) John T. Dunlop



4. “Model Grievance Procedure” is given in the

(A) Industrial Disputes Act
(B) Employee State Insurance Act
(C) Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act
(D) Code of Discipline



5. Who identified the types of unions as business, predatory, dependent and friendly?

(A) Roberts, B.C.
(B) Robert F. Hoxie
(C) Kirkaldy, H.S.
(D) Perlman Selig



6. Who proposed that industrial relations activities take place among three principal social partners at three levels?

(A) John T. Dunlop
(B) Richardson, J.H.
(C) Kochan, T.A. et.al
(D) Clark Kerr


7. Workers’ facilitation centres shall be set up by the facilitating agency under the

(A) Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
(B) Equal Remuneration Act, 1976
(C) Factories Act, 1948
(D) The unorganized sector workers’ Social Security Act, 2005


8. During whose prime ministership the New Economic Policy was introduced in India?

(A) Indira Gandhi
(B) Rajiv Gandhi
(C) P.V. Narasimha Rao
(D) A.B. Vajpayee


9. Match the following:

List – I
List – II
a. Principle of Protection and Welfare
i. The Trade Union Act, 1926
b. Principle of Social Justice 
ii. Robert Owen
c. Principle of Regulation
iii. Payment of Gratuity Act
d. Principle of Social Security 
iv. The Philadelphia Charter


Codes:

       a       b      c      d
(A) ii       iv       i      iii
(B) ii       iv      iii      i
(C) iv      ii       iv      i
(D) iv      iii       i      ii



10. The basic postulates on which the ILO standards lie are

(A) Labour is not a commodity
(B) Freedom of expression and of association are essential to sustained progress
(C) Poverty anywhere constitutes danger to prosperity everywhere
(D) All the above



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