Labour Laws

The Concept of Industry

Section 2(J) of the act defines industry as follows: “industry” means any business, trade, undertaking, manufacture or calling of employers and includes any calling, service, employment, handicraft or industrial occupation […]

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Strikes

A strike is a powerful weapon used by trade unions or other associations or workers to put across their demands or grievances by employers or management of industries. Strikes are […]

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Recognition of Trade Union

Need of Recognition of Trade Union: Collective bargaining is an important aspect of employer-employee relation. The right of collective bargaining is not provided for all trade unions that exists but […]

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Trade Unions

Union: Union means a trade union of employees, which is registered under the Trade Unions Act, 1926. (Section 3 clause 17) Recognized Union: Recognized union means a union which has […]

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MRTU & PULP Act 1971: Authorities

The authorities under MRTU & PULP Act are Industrial Court, Labour Court, and Investigating Officers. Industrial Court: Constitution: (Section 4 clause 1): The State Government will constitute an Industrial Court by Notification […]

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Lay-Off

Explanation of the Term Lay-Off: Lay-off is defined in Section 2 (kkk) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947. “Lay-off” means the failure, refusal or inability of an employer on account […]

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