Hi Friends,
                                              Even as I launch this today ( my 80th Birthday ), I realize that there is yet so much to say and do.
                                                  There is just no time to look back, no time to wonder,"Will anyone read these pages?"
                                       With regards,
                                       Hemen Parekh
                                       27 June 2013

Friday, 4 September 1981

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PERSPECTIVE-PART-I

Synopsis: Communication For Productivity
Letters written to some 7500 Workers / Managers / Union Leaders, following a period of strike / Go slow / Murders (1979 - 1987), at Mumbai factory of Larsen & Toubro Ltd. This direct / open / honest communication led to a remarkable atmosphere of trust between Workers and Management, which, in turn, increased productivity at 3% per year (ave). 

4 Sep 1981

Dear Mr. Grover,

Sub: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PERSPECTIVE-PART-I

We are happy that we got an opportunity to discuss with you and your colleagues on 27th August 1981. The matter of deteriorating Industrial Relations Climate in our country with special reference to the city of Bombay.
As made out in our letter of 11th August and during our discussions, the Ministry of Labour has decided to ‘conduct an in depth study of growing violence. We have ourselves had a limited experience of violence. But the seeds of violence are likely to be present in any organizations. I would therefore, like to record my views on the presence of such seeds.
My thoughts have been illustrated in the enclosed paper.
I have also summarized the conclusions of the situation in the end of the above said paper.
I have, you would find the information useful for your study. I would be happy to hear your views on my paper. I would also like to receive a copy of your final report as and when ready.

With kind regards,


H.C. PAREKH

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