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A Study on Welfare and Safety Measures Adopted in Manufacturing Industries - A Case Study of Thyssenkrupp India Ltd.

Global Journal of Research in Management

Volume 7 Issue 2

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: Aamena Zeba and K. Rajanath | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor at Academy of Management Studies, Hyderabad.
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In a fast growing industrialisation, particularly the Indian manufacturing field of activities, welfare and safety measures assume a significant importance. As the market environment is becoming more competitive, retention of employees not only is based on the quantum of salaries, measures deployed by the management of respective enterprises also depends a lot on safety and welfare measures initiated and implemented in the respective organizations to arrest the exodus of employees. It is in this context A study on Welfare & Safety measures adopted in manufacturing industries – a case study of ThyssenKrupp India Ltd., was taken up. ThyssenKrupp Industries India Pvt. Ltd. Hyderabad (TKII) is one of the subsidiaries of a well known and established German company has grown over a period of time and became one of the trusted names in the fields of Sugar Plants & Machinery, Cement Plants & Machinery and Industrial Boilers & Power plants etc.

Keywords: Safety, Welfare, Accidents, Manufacturing

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