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A STUDY ON LABOUR WELFARE AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTIVITY WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON TRAVANCORE TITANIUM INDUSTRY IN KERALA

*Kaveya, P., & **Sheela, M. C,

*Research scholar, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.

**Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.

Abstract


The concept of labour welfare rests always as an important area to be dealt with. Labour welfare measures both monetary and non-monetary benefits which are incurred to provide ample working environment to labour population of the society. The study basically considers the welfare perspective of a public sector industrial unit. The population of the study includes all the employees of Trivandrum Titanium Limited Company. From the population researcher took sample 189 employees on their human resource book as at 20th Nov. 2023. All these employees were used as the sample for this research study. Goodness-of-fit statistical tool and other relevant and appropriate statistical techniques were used to test and validate the hypothesis. The study finds out that there exists positive association between the labour productivity and labour welfare that exists within a business unit.

Keywords


labour welfare, productivity, travancore, titanium industry.

 

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Kaveya, P. & Sheela M.C, (2023). A Study on Labour Welfare and Industrial Productivity with Special Emphasis on Travancore Titanium Industry in Kerala. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 6(4), 13-19.

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