TATA WORKERS' UNION
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HISTORY OF TWU
Tata Workers' Union is one of the earliest trade unions in India. Its history dates back to March 1920. Formerly known as 'Labour Association', the trade union at Jamshedpur, as elsewhere, was born out of workers' suffering and sacrifices caused by a prolonged strike which ultimately resulted in the increase of wages, introduction of fringe benefits like Provident Fund and, above all, recognition of the Labour Association. An Advisory Joint Committee with representatives from Labour and Management was formed as a precursor to the concept of workers' ......
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Ratio : The ratio between the lowest paid worker (Mazdoor) and the highest paid worker (First-Hand) has been narrowed down from 1:30.81 in 1939 to 1:3.53 in 1977. Thus, while the monthly wages of the Mazdoor were raised from Rs. 21.77 in 1939 to Rs. 435 in 1977, the First-hand's Monthly income was raised from Rs. 655.55 in 1939 to Rs. 1537.40 in 1977.