4 edition of Law relating to strikes, lock-outs, lay-off, retrenchment & closure found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by S.B. Rao.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxviii, 332 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||332|
|LC Control Number||83903179|
ANSWERS FOR DISCUSSION IN THE WORKSHOP TO BE HELD ON Subject - 2(a): Law relating to strike, lock-out, lay-off, retrenchment, closure. Strikes And Lock-Outs: Prohibition of strikes and Lockouts: General prohibition of strikes and Lockouts: Il-legal strikes and Lockouts: Prohibition of financial aid to illegal strikes and Lockouts: Chapter VA Lay-Off And Retrenchment: 25A: Application of sections 25C to 25E: 25B: Definition of continuous serviceDefinition of.
LAY-OFF. Defined under section 2(kkk) of Industrial Disputes Act, Lay-off means the failure, refusal or inability of an employer on account of shortage of coal, power or raw materials or the accumulation of stocks or the break-down of machinery or any natural calamity to give employment to the workman whose name is borne on the muster rolls of his industrial establishment and who has not. We comment on matters relating to voluntary reference of disputes to arbitration, procedures and powers of authorities, strikes and lockouts, lay off, retrenchment and closure and the miscellaneous provisions in Chapters VI to IX of the Labour Code on .
Report. The law commission report proposes various changes which includes- No Prior permission in respect of lay-off and retrenchment or shut down in an establishment of any employment size as prescribed by law. 2 months prior notice or notice pay in lieu of notice is made compulsory, in case of retrenchment or Size: KB. Chapter V Strikes And Lock-Outs. 22 Prohibition of strikes and Lockouts 23 General prohibition of strikes and Lockouts 24 IIl-legal strikes and Lockouts 25 Prohibition of financial aid to illegal strikes and Lockouts. Chapter VA Lay-Off And Retrenchment. 25A .
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Indian Legal Lock-outs > Civil Laws > Industrial Disputes Act, > Comparative Study of Lay-Off, Retrenchment, and Closure In this article, we shall do Comparative Study of Lay-Off, Retrenchment, and Closure and its effect on employment.
Definition of Lay-Off. This chapter deals with the special provisions relating to lay-off, retrenchment and closure in certain establishments.
Chapter V-B includes Section K to Section S of the Industrial Disputes Act, Definitions of lay-off, retrenchment and closure under Industrial Dispute Act, are as under: Definition of Lay off (Section 2(kkk)).
Spread the loveYou can grab notes for other topics from here. These are the provisions we are looking at today – Lay off Section 2(kkk), Chapters VA and VB Public utility service Section 2(n), Chapter V Strike Section 2(q), Chapter V Lockout Section 2(l), Chapter V Retrenchment Section 2(oo), Chapters VA and VB Closure Section Continue reading "Strikes Lock-outs Lay-offs – Labour Law.
Lay off, Lockout, Retrenchment, Strike Section 2(kkk) - Lay off Lay-off means failure, refusal, or inability of a employer to give employment to a workman whose name is on the muster rolls of his industrial establishment and who has not been retrenched, on the account of lack of coal, lack of power, lack of raw material, over stocking of output.
Lay off and Retrenchment - Industrial Disputes Act(), Industrial Laws B Com Notes | EduRev notes for B Com is made by best teachers who have written some of the best books of B Com.
It has gotten views and also has rating/5(63). Layoff (in British and American English), also called redundancy in the UK, is the temporary suspension or permanent termination of employment of an employee or (more commonly) a group of employees for business reasons, such as when certain positions are no longer necessary or when a business slow-down occurs.
Originally the term layoff referred exclusively to a temporary interruption in work. The objective of the Industrial Disputes Act is to secure industrial peace and harmony by providing machinery and procedure for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes by negotiations.
This act deals with the retrenchment process of the employees, procedure for layoff, procedure and rules for strikes and lockouts of the company. The biggest difference between layoff and retrenchment is that layoff is volatile in nature, i.e.
employees are recalled, once the period of layoff is over while retrenchment is non-volatile i.e. that involves full and final termination of services. The employment contract is terminated with the employees by the employer, due to three major reasons which. There are a few differences between layoff and lock-out, which are discussed in the article.
The layoff is a process in which the employer refuses to give employment to the employees for certain specified reasons. On the other hand, the lock-out is in which the employer voluntarily shuts the business, because of conflicts between workers and management. Strike and lockout are two powerful - weapons in the hands of the workers and the employers.
Strike signifies the suspension or stoppage of work by the worker while in case of lockout the employer compels persons employed by him to accept his terms or - conditions by shutting down or closing the place of is recognized as anFile Size: KB. 4) Grounds of Illegal Strike and Lockout - Section 24 of the Industrial Dispute Act, lays down grounds which make the Strike and Lockout illegal which are as follows - (I) A Strike or lockout shall be illegal if it is commenced or declared in contravention of Section 22 (of the Industrial Dispute Act, ) in public utility service.
The Conditions Precedent is not necessary in case of lay-off. The laid-off employees are paid laid-off compensation. The payment of gratuity does not arise in lay-off.
All of the laid-off employees should be taken back in their usual posts, as soonas the lay-off lifted out. Retrenchment: 1. Section 2 (oo) defines “Retrenchment”. ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about Lay-Off of workman in industries.
After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Meaning of Lay-Off 2. Compensation for Lay-Off 3. Duties 4. Cases 5. Provisions. Meaning of Lay-Off: The term ‘lay-off’ has been defined under section 2 (kkk) of the Industrial Disputes Act,thus lay-off [ ].
3 This chapter deals with special provisions relating to lay-off, retrenchment, and closure in certain establishments.
It applies to It applies to industrial establishments in which have atleast workmen employed on an average per working day for the preceding 12 Size: KB. Laws relating to Retrenchment under Industrial Dispute Act, Retrenchment is something akin to downsizing. When a company or government goes through retrenchment, it reduces outgoing money or expenditures or redirects focus in an attempt to become more financially solvent.
Home» Labor Law» Labour Law» Distinction / Difference between Strike and Lock-out. of the Industrial Dispute Act defines Lock-out “lockout means the temporary closing of a place of employment, of the suspension of work, or the refusal by an employer to continue to employ any number of persons employed by him.
The strike is. 8 Continued.A strike will not be treated as Illegal:a) A strike in breach of the certified standing orders is not by itself legal.b) A strike is called strictly in compliance with the provisions of the Act, eg:when workman is imposed additional task.c) If a lockout has been declared in consequence of an Illegal strike or a strike declared in.
This is an exhaustive article dealing with provisions of Industrial Law, Industrial Disputes and Industrial Relations wrt The Industrial Disputes Act, Prohibition of money related guide to unlawful strikes and lock-outs Lay-off and Retrenchment Penalty for giving money related guide to unlawful strikes Author: Subodh Asthana.
Lay-off and Retrenchment –difference between lay-off and Retrenchment their application, necessary preconditions for their application, lay-off and retrenchment compensation, special provisions relating to lay-off, retrenchment, and closure in certain establishments, penalty, and punishment for illegal lay-off or retrenchment, the.
All disputes relating to lay-off prior to the incorporation of its definition in the Act were The prevention of illegal strikes and lock-outs; (4) Relief to workmen in the matter of lay-off, retrenchment and closure of an undertaking; (5) Collective bargaining.
File Size: KB. Laws related to Industrial Relations and Industrial Disputes: 15 Industrial Disputes Act, Definition, Authorities, Awards, Settlements, Strikes Lockouts, Lay Offs, Retrenchment and Closure The Trade Union Act, Unit II: Laws related to Health, Safety and Welfare: 13 The Factory Act (Provisions related to Health, Safety and Welfare).
The Industrial Disputes Act,originally does not contain the provisions relating to the closure of an industry. The provisions relating to the law of closure were inserted in the year in view of the Supreme Court judgment in case Hariprasad Shivshankar Shukla v/s.
.A lock-out in consequence of illegal strike is not deemed to be illegal. But if lock-out is illegal, Section 26(2), 27 and 28 will come in operation to deal with the situation. The Act does not lay down any guidelines to settle the claims arising out of illegal lock-out.