a) The fixation of wage structure is among the most difficult tasks that industrial adjudication has to tackle. describe. What are the factors to be considered while evolving a wage structure for a country like ours?
b) Discuss the impact of increase in price on wages and a similarly wage increase also results increase in price.
problem 2: Critically examine the various theories of wages.
problem 3: The passing of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 is described as a land mark in the history of labour legislation in India. Examine the statement and show how far does the Act help to realise the Constitutional mandate enshrined in Article-43 of the Constitution of India.
problem 4: Analyse the Constitutional perspectives on wages with the help of leading cases.
problem 5: describe wage differentials and state the various rationale involved in the method of fixing wage differentials.
problem 6: Discuss the role of ILO and its recommendations relating to wages.
problem 7: Outline the salient features of National Wage Policy and examine the problems involved in framing a National Wage Policy.
problem 8: Examine the criteria followed in fixing wages in multi-national corporations.
problem 9: prepare short notes on any TWO of the following:
a) Right to equal pay.
b) Tax impact on price and wages.
c) Free and subsidized food.
d) Concept of bonus.