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Employment during the times of Covid-19

Employment during the times of Covid-19

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in India, the unprecedented nation-wide lockdown mandating closure of commercial, private and industrial establishments (with limited exceptions) has been extended from time to time since 24.04.2020. The COVID-19 pandemic represents a major public health challenge and is having serious economic and social impacts. Special attention should be given to protecting migrant workers in the informal economy by pur... Read More

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Suspension of Labour Laws

Suspension of Labour Laws

“We need to learn to live with the virus”. These were the words of the joint secretary of Union Health Ministry ‘Lav Agarwal’ during one of his press meets. Today the entire world is fighting the ‘Novel Coronavirus’.  The rapid spread of COVID-19 has forced countries to use every trick in the book to contain the disease and among these tricks was the imposition of nationwide lockdowns.The imposition of lockdown might have caused very... Read More

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Legal Rights of Employees

Legal Rights of Employees

“Employees are the soul of the association” legal entities all organization in the entire we do cannot survive even for a second without their employees so it is must and also the core duty of these organization to protect the employee legal rights. Whereas in India various statue formulated by our legislative authority including worker legal rights and administration of labour law, all though laws have been made on the paper but these laws a... Read More

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Responsibilities of Employer Towards Employee During Pandemic

Responsibilities of Employer Towards Employee During Pandemic

There are several growing companies across the world either in the private sector or the public sector. Each bearing responsibilities of growth and development of not only of their own company but also it is their duty to look after the welfare and healthy development of their employers and employees simultaneously keeping in mind the welfare of the society as well.Employer and Employee, they both are the two strong pillars of a company as well a... Read More

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What are the overtime policies under labour law in India?

What are the overtime policies under labour law in India?

This article will educate you about the overtime policy in India, and the provisions relating to it under various legislations. The article will also discuss the overtime laws for women and children. Lastly, the article will tell you how the overtime is calculated, along with some FAQs for a better understanding.Meaning of OvertimeOvertime denotes to the excess time worked to one’s regular working hours. In India, the regular working hours is e... Read More

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Analysis of dual employment laws in India

Analysis of dual employment laws in India

With the onset of globalization and industrialization, a large number of people were engaged as labourers in different industries at different levels. Due to the availability of cheap labour, the workmen and labourers in these industries were constantly exploited and abused by the factory owners or the respective industries in which they were employed.Further, a large number of people employed in the private sector are usually subjected to long a... Read More

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How to solve Salary issues in India

How to solve Salary issues in India

The major issue which the employees in India face is the non-payment of salaries on time by their employer. The delay or the absolute refusal to pay the salary by the employer is a  commonly occurring event in many organizations. What adds to this misery of the employees is the lack of knowledge with respect to the legal rights and recourses such an employee is entitled to. Due to this absolute helplessness and cluelessness, the employees in... Read More

Post By Adv. Munish Malik

Labor laws in India and legal help on employee grievances

Labor laws in India and legal help on employee grievances

Labor Market in India Development of any nation is dependent largely on its labor force. And nations’ development is measured by its Gross Domestic Product (GDP). GDP can be defined as the monetary value of all finished goods and services produced in a given time period. This production comes into place with the aid of human entrepreneur, capital, land and labour. However, it is a different issue that the labour force participation index has d... Read More

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Industrial Relations Code 2019 Decoded

Industrial Relations Code 2019 Decoded

Introduced in Lok Sabha by the Labour & Employment Minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar, on Thursday i.e. 28 November 2019, Industrial Relations Code Bill, 2019 aims to smoothen the industrial relations while helping India promote the ease of doing business. Nature of employment in India has changed manifolds in recent and past years due to increased foreign investments, global trade, technological advancements, and others and increasing need ... Read More

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Employment bonds and their validity in India

Employment bonds and their validity in India

A bond issued by an employer to an employee stating the terms and conditions that both the parties must adhere to is known as an employment bond. An employment bond includes all company policies and provisions and the period when the work started till the work ends (if applicable). If the employee does not hold his or her end of the bargain with an organization as written in the contract, then they may face serious charges along with compensation... Read More

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What are the laws governing wrongful termination in India

What are the laws governing wrongful termination in India

While our jobs are an integral part of our sustenance, sometimes things can go wrong. Our employers can terminate us from the job owing to various reasons. However, sometimes getting fired from the job can happen even when it’s not really a fault of yours. Such situations of wrongful termination can be a major financial and emotional blow to an employee and hence it is very important to be aware of the laws governing wrongful termination in In... Read More

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What should I do if a company sends a legal notice for absconding

What should I do if a company sends a legal notice for absconding

Absconding, in a layman language means secretly running away from a situation to escape custody or arrest. In the workplace, it is considered as one of the most unethical means to separate from a company and usually, companies follow a strict legal action against such employees.  But we must acknowledge that none of us might want to leave an organization leaving behind a bad reputation. If somebody is forced to an extent that they must abscond... Read More

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