Welfare Measure Provided to Employees in Dyeing Units at Tirupur
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Online publication date: 2018-04-25
Publication date: 2018-03-26
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2018;13(2):emEJAC201813
Tirupur cluster is estimated to be one lakh distributed to skilled, semi skilled and unskilled workers and another one lakh people are employed in activities which relate to the forward, and backward linkages within the industry such as cotton ginning, yarn, spinning, embroidery, calendaring, heat setting, compacting, printing of different types, label making, ballooning, stuttering, button making, dyeing, zip making, plastic hangers making, polythene bag making, packing and the numerous other related service activities which are increasing in number. These workers are mainly from neighboring villages and from agricultural districts that faces severe unemployment problem. The wages are settled mostly on piece rate basis, however wide wage differences exist due to variations in the nature of work and the stages of knitwear production. This study helps to know the employees’ perception about their satisfaction of welfare measures provided by the management. It also studies the employees’ problems and gives suitable suggestions. This study is an attempt to analyse the employees’ grievance in Tirupur dyeing industry.