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Human Resource Management in the Indian Tea Industry

Tea Industry in IndiaIntroductionContribution of Small Tea Growers (STGs)Development of Tea Industry After Independence in IndiaThe Tea Board of IndiaSouth Indian Tea IndustryNorth Indian Tea IndustryAssamWest BengalBrief Profile of Tea Industry of North BengalNumber of Tea Estates in North Bengal RegionCategories of Tea EstatesTypes of TeaHistory of Tea Industry in India: Particularly North Bengal RegionOrigin of TeaGenesis of TeaDiscovery of Tea Plant in IndiaTea History in IndiaTea History in West BengalA Brief Sketch of North BengalDarjeelingDooarsTeraiGrowth and Development of Tea Industry in India: Particularly in North BengalThe Growth of the Indian Tea IndustryMajor Tea-Growing Regions in IndiaGrowth and Development of Tea Industry in West BengalDarjeelingNumber of Tea Gardens in DarjeelingProduction of Tea in DarjeelingArea of Tea Cultivation in DarjeelingDooars RegionNumber of Tea Gardens in DooarsProduction of Tea in DooarsArea of Tea Cultivation in DooarsTeraiNumber of Tea Gardens in TeraiGrowth of Tea Production in TeraiTea Cultivation Area in TeraiParticulars of Employer/Management AssociationsSpan of Management and Procurement Practices in Tea Estates of North BengalOrganizational Structure of a Typical Tea EstateSpan of ManagementComposition of Human Resources in the Tea Industry of North BengalProcurement Function in Tea Plantation of BengalLabor RecruitmentLabor Recruitment Practice in the Tea Industry of North BengalLabor Recruitment Practice in Dooars and TeraiLabor Recruitment Practice in the Darjeeling HillsCategories of Workers and Methods of RecruitmentsCriteria and Procedure for Recruitment of LaborTraining and Compensation Practices of Tea Estates in North BengalTraining for Tea WorkersModes of TrainingMeasurement of Effectiveness of Training ProgramPerformance AppraisalCompensationWage for Tea WorkersRun TestMode of Payment of WageBonus of Tea Workers in BengalIncentivesIntegration and Maintenance Function in Tea Estates of North BengalIntegration FunctionIndustrial RelationsOperating Trade Unions in Tea Estates of North BengalCollective BargainingMaintenance FunctionWelfare of the Tea Plantation WorkersHousing FacilitiesEducational FacilitiesRecreational FacilitiesCrèches FacilitiesCanteen FacilitiesFood GrainsFuels (Firewood)Umbrella, Tarpaulin, Slipper, and Kambal (Blanket)Existing Welfare Scenario in Tea EstatesMajor FindingsRecruitment and Selection of the Tea WorkersTraining and Development of the Tea WorkersWages of the Tea WorkersWelfare of the Tea WorkersConclusionsRecommendationsGlossary

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