What is labour Law in India

What is labour Law in India? Labour law also known as employment law is the body of laws, administrative rulings, and precedents which address the legal rights of, and restrictions on, working people and their organizations. As such, it mediates many aspects of the relationship between trade unions, employers and employees. In other words, Labour…

labour legislation in India

What is the purpose of labour legislation?   Labour legislation that is adapted to the economic and social challenges of the modern world of work fulfils three crucial roles: It establishes a legal system that facilitates productive individual and collective employment relationships, and therefore a productive economy; by providing a framework within which employers, workers…

Contract Labour in India

The Regulation of Contract Labour in India The most distinct visible change in the time of globalization and privatization is the increased tendency for outsourcing, offloading or subcontracting. The rationale is that the establishment could focus on more productivity in the core or predominant activity so as to remain competitive while outsourcing the incidental or…

Termination of contract law in India

Termination of contract law in India  The contract of apprenticeship training shall terminate on the expiry of the period of apprenticeship training. Either party can make application for termination of contract to the Apprenticeship Adviser and thereafter send a copy of the same to the other party, who on being satisfied that the parties have…

Mediation and Conciliation law

Mediation and Conciliation – Under the Act, effective conciliation machinery has been provided which can take cognizance of the existing as well as apprehended dispute, either on its own or on being approached by either of the parties to the dispute. The Act further makes conciliation compulsory in majority of disputes Investigation Section 6 of…

Labour Policy law in India

Labour Policy Law in India Labour policy in India has been evolving in response to specific needs of the situation to suit requirements of planned economic development and social justice and has two fold objectives, namely maintaining industrial peace and promoting the welfare of labour. Labour Policy Highlights  Creative measures to attract public and private…

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