A Perceptual Study on Labour Welfare and Social Security Facilities with Special Reference To a Textile Company




Labour plays an important role in the success of any organisation. Welfare and social security policies were also important and play a significant role in workers’ productivity. Welfare includes services such as canteen, relaxation, recreational facilities, sanitary and medical facilities, arrangements for travel to and from and for the lodging of people employed at a distance from their homes, security facilities, and social centres, that contribute to situations in which workers were hired. If businesses did not prioritise employee wellbeing and safe working conditions, productivity will suffer as well as morale. Organizations must provide adequate labour welfare and safety aspects that inspire and enhance productivity. This study focused on the welfare and social security facilities provided by the Siva Textile Company at Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu. The study found that most of the workers were not highly satisfied with the facilities provided by the organisation. An examination of labour welfare and social safety characteristics, with a specific relationship to the textile agency, provides new insight into the working environment in Industry.


How to Cite
S. JAISHREE. (2021). A Perceptual Study on Labour Welfare and Social Security Facilities with Special Reference To a Textile Company . NLDIMSR Innovision Journal of Management Research, 5(2), 42–46. https://doi.org/10.31794/NLDIMSR.5.2.2021.42-46


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