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  • Case Laws on Industrial Relations

The crucial importance of the workforce in the achievement of organizational or national objectives is evident from the see-saw effect discernible in court judgements, which had ripple effects on labour – management relations. Today, crucial changes in India`s demographic profile and daunting challenges thrown up by globalization have highlighted the need for a new business and industrial milieu in keeping with the times. It is imperative to make every effort to obviate or defuse labour problems, something that can only happen if we are aware of the major points of friction and solutions for their amelioration. This is where this book scores, zooming in on the panorama of labour adjudication and focusing sharply on landmark cases, while lucidly explaining the underlying issues and the rationale behind the apex and lower courts` decisions. By clearly showing how to avoid the path of confrontation and which quicksands are particularly lethal, it will be an invaluable reference for students of labour law, bureaucrats, practicing managers as well as union leaders. Contents Include: Discipline in Industry/Apprentices Act, 1961/Industrial Disputes Act, 1947/Trade Unions Act, 1926/Social Security—Workmens` Compensation Act, 1923/Social Security—Employees State Insurance Act, 1948/Social Security—Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952/Social Security—Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972/Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970/Wages—Payment of Wages Act, 1936/Wages—Minimum Wages Act, 1948/Wages—Payment of Bonus Act, 1965/Miscellaneous

Book Description
Author L Mishra
Book Size 71/4x91/2 PB
Pages 434
Year 2008
ISBN
ISBN 81-7446-472-7

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Case Laws on Industrial Relations

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