Royal Commission on Labour in India: Report(1929)||
We do not desire to imply that, with his existing standard of efficiency, the worker has always obtained in the past a fair share of the results of industrial enterprise or that he always does so now; but so long as his organisation is as weak as it is to-day, there will remain a danger of his failing to secure a just share of the results of industry. Suggestions have been made from time to time that the difficulty might be met by the general adoption of profit sharing schemes, but this movement has made practically no progress in India and, in the present stage of industrial development, such schemes are unlikely to prove either useful or effective. Efficiency or production bonuses, however, are in a different category. These are in operation in several establishments and are a direct incentive to increased effort. There is scope for considerable extension of these methods of payment in industry.