Category Archives: Labour Law

Labour Law

Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 – A Critical Analysis

Labour administration is one of the most crucial tasks of an entrepreneur. In order to progress upon the rigorous labour regulations, the industry sector in India is largely resorting to contract/temporary workers. Such labourers are governed by the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970. It is found that many of the stipulations made under the act to… Read More »

Authorities & Notice of Change under Industrial Dispute Act 1947

AUTHORITIES under Industrial Dispute Act The Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 talks about disputes that occurs in an industry. Dispute may arise between 2 or more industries. It also makes provision for the investigation and settlement of disputes that may hamper the peace of the industry. It ensures harmony and cordial relationship between the employers and employees. It also provides… Read More »

Penalties under Industrial Dispute Act 1947

Penalties under Industrial Dispute Act 1947 Industrial Dispute Act 1947 act to make provision for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes, and for certain other purposes. The act lays down penalties for various offences. They are as follows:- Section 25Q – Lay-Off or Retrenchment without prior permission – Contravening the provisions of Section 25-M or 25-(N) || Penalty – Workman… Read More »

Registration of Trade Union under Trade Union Act 1926

Trade Unions in India are registered and file annual returns under the Trade Union Act (1926). Its statistics are collected annually by the Labour Bureau of the Ministry of Labour, Government of India. Chapter II of the Trade Unions Act, 1926 deals with the provisions of the registration of trade unions. The procedure of registration of a trade… Read More »

Rights and Liabilities of a Registered Trade Union under Trade Union Act, 1926

Rights and Liabilities of a Registered Trade Union Here are the rights and liabilities of registered trade unions under the Trade Union Act, 1926. Objects on Which General Funds May Be Spent: Funds of a general trade union cannot be spent on any other objects than the payment of salaries, allowances and expenses to the office bearers of… Read More »

Object, Constitutional Validity and Salient Features of Minimum Wages Act 1948

Objective of Minimum Wages Act 1948 The Minimum Wages Act came into existence to safeguard the interests of the workers engaged in the unorganized sector. This Act provides for fixation and revision of minimum wages of the workers engaged in employment. Under this Act, both central, as well as State Government, are responsible, in respect of scheduled employments… Read More »

Registration and Licensing as under Factories Act 1948

APPROVAL, LICENSING AND REGISTRATION OF FACTORIES Under factories act 1948 , the procedure for licensing and registration is given under various sections. Its procedure is as following :- (1) Section 6 Section 6 empowers the State Government to make rules with regard to licensing and registration of factories under the Act on following matters: submission of plans of any class… Read More »