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Law of retrenchment in India

Mohammad Saeed Khan

Law of retrenchment in India

by Mohammad Saeed Khan

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Published by Deep & Deep in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Employees -- Dismissal of -- Law and legislation -- India

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMohammad Saeed Khan ; foreword by Syed Misbahul Hasan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination130 p. ;
      Number of Pages130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3150323M
      LC Control Number82904761

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      Transferring employees on an outsourcing in India: overviewby Shafaq Uraizee Sapre, Lakshmikumaran and Sridharan AttorneysRelated ContentA Q&A guide to outsourcing in Q&A guide gives a high level overview of the rules relating to transferring employees on an outsourcing, including structuring employee arrangements (including any notice, information and consultation obligations) and. Although the courts have become stricter over time in applying retrenchment law, employers still implement retrenchments without giving thought to labour law compliance. As I have repeatedly warned employers, the courts see retrenchments as no-fault terminations. This means that the employee is losing his/her job through no fault of his/her own.

        The all-India provisional results for the Economics Census, have already been brought out and the final results are expected by June Most of the States have also brought out State-level reports. A list of latest publications on Labour and Employment Statistics brought out by various organisations is enclosed as Annexe   India Business News: PUNE: The labour commissioner office in Pune is set to refer cases of IT employees' alleged illegal layoff to the labour court.


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Additional Physical Format: Law of retrenchment in India book version: Khan, Mohammad Saeed. Law of retrenchment in India. New Delhi: Deep & Deep, © (OCoLC) Document Type.

Retrenchment, as commonly understood is termination of an employee on the grounds of surplus labour or incapacity of employees due to some economic grounds.

However, the Industrial Dispute Act, (the “ID Act”) is the governing legislation for “retrenchment”, which takes the wider view of termination of employee as against the ordinary meaning of the term retrenchment. - Buy Law Relating to Dismissal Discharge & Retrenchment Under Labour Laws book online at best prices in India on Read Law Relating to Dismissal Discharge & Retrenchment Under Labour Laws book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.4/5(2).

It is when any workman in an industrial establishment, who is a citizen of India, is to be retrenched and he belongs to a particular category of workmen in that establishment, than in the absence. RETRENCHMENT UNDER EMPLOYMENT LAWS IN INDIA By Sunil Kumar and Bhanu Harish It is common for corporates to carry out termination of employees who do not meet their performance requirements, or are found wanting in their conduct or are incapable of working in teams.

HR units often act in a rush thinking allFile Size: KB. Section 2 (oo) of the Industrial Disputes Act, defines Retrenchment as. ” the termination by the employer of the service of a workman for any reason whatsoever, otherwise than as a punishment inflicted by way of disciplinary action, but does not include.

(a) voluntary retirement of the workman, or. This article proposes to discuss the Indian retrenchment laws, right of compensation of employees and applicability of these laws to Indian Information Technology (the "IT") industry.

Termination of employment needs to be in accordance with the Shops and Establishments Act as applicable to the jurisdiction where the IT company is situated and the Industrial Disputes Act, (hereinafter the "ID.

The Organisation of the Chief Labour Commissioner deals with prevention and settlement of industrial disputes, enforcement of labour laws and to promote welfare of workers, within the sphere of the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

BASIC GUIDELINES ON RETRENCHMENT PROCEDURES FOR EMPLOYERS EMPLOYING LESS THAN 50 EMPLOYEES. INTRODUCTION Retrenchment is the process by which staff is reduced to cull redundant employees and reduce the wage bill.

The Labour Relations Act. 1, permits employers to dismiss employees for operational Size: 77KB. India News: "Central Government should come out with a law -- no retrenchment in any sector or company whatsoever for next six months between March to August, As per the Section 2(oo) of the Indian Disputes Act, “Retrenchment” refers to the termination of service as a punishment or for any other reason, whatsoever but it.

Labour and Employment Laws of India The labour enactments in India, is divided into 5 broad categories, viz. Working Conditions, Industrial Relations, Wage, Welfare and Social Securities. The enactments are all based upon Constitution of India and the resolutions taken in File Size: 83KB.

Labour law is also referred to as employment law which is separate branch of law that protects workers rights.

The Republic of India being a federal form of government having labour matters subject on its concurrent list in the the Indian Constitution, where the Central government and State governments can enact laws on labour relations and employment issues.

The Section 25F(b) of Industrial Disputes Act provides for payment of retrenchment compensation equivalent to 15 days average pay for every completed year of continuous service or any part thereof in excess of six months i.e.

if an employee has worked for 5 years 7 months than number of year served shall be taken as 6 years and if he has worked 5 years 5 months than it will be 5 years. As these gifts can be carefully veiled bribes, the law is a smart move by the government to avoid situations of bribery.

Know more about The Foreign Contribution Regulation Act Author: Akarsh Mehrotra. The Industrial Disputes Act, (" ID Act "), India's most important labour law governing employer-employee relationships, prescribes the mechanism to be followed by employers for retrenchment (termination) of 'workmen' and the compensation payable upon such termination.

In India there is a law (Industrial Dispute Act, ) compels for payment of retrenchment compensation to retrenched ing to section 25F(b). The retrenchment compensation shall be 15 days of last drawn salary multiplied with number of years of service completed by an employee in the concerned organisation.

Payment on Retrenchment The following payments need to be made - = Severance pay: Employees should be paid at least one week’s remuneration for each completed and continued year of service. (‘Remuneration’ includes basic salary, payment in kind and discretionary payments related to working hours or performance).

Retrenchment, Labor Laws and Government Policy: An Analysis with Special Reference to India by Kaushik Basu, Gary S. Fields, and Shub Debgupta 1 _____ 1Basu: Dept. of. 1. RETRENCHMENT UNDER THE INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT, Presented by: Haimanti Paul LL.B 6 TH SEM.

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