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The Indian Industrial Worker-His Origin, Experience and Destiny

His Origin, Experience and Destiny Baldev R Sharma This paper presents some research findings on the background, experience and aspirations of the Indian industrial worker and discusses their implications for the climate of industrial relations in the country today. It goes on the hypothesis that a given state of industrial relations, whether at the plant or the national level, is the end product of a multiplicity of interacting forces which include, among others, economic considerations, political processes, legal framework, technologist environment, socio-cultural factors, and psychological forces.

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