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Labour Legislation

R Jayaprakash Reddy

ISBN 10: 8176486264 / ISBN 13: 9788176486262
Published by APH, New Delhi, 2004
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Contents Preface. I. 1. Discuss the significance of labour legislation and explain its principles. 2. Explain the role of state in labour management relations. 3. Legislation alone cannot solve the problem of labour unrest in India comment. 4. Write about various causes and consequences of industrial disputes. 5. Explain the term industrial dispute according to the industrial disputes act. What is the scope of the term industry in the act. 6. What are the various authorities under the Industrial Disputes Act which help to settle industrial disputes. 7. What are the penalties for illegal strikes and lockouts under the Industrial Disputes Act. When are strikes and lockouts considered to be illegal. 8. What are the matters to be provided for in the standing orders under the Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act 1946. 9. Enumerate provisions of the Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act 1946 relating to duration and modification of standing orders. 10. Discuss the history of trade union movement in India. 11. Define the term Trade Union. What are the conditions to be satisfied to get a trade union registered. 12. What are the privileges rights and statutory obligation of a registered Trade Union. How far they have contributed towards the development of trade union movement in the country. 13. Discuss the provisions of the factories act which have been enacted for the protection of health of the workers. 14. The keystone of the factories act is safety first and safety last comment. Describe the various statutory measures to be followed in this respect. 15. Explain the provisions of the factories act relating to the welfare of the workers. 16. Comment on the capacity of the industry to pay argument infixing minimum wages. What should be regarded as a fair wage or a living wage. 17. State the rules with regard to the time of payment of wages and different kinds of deductions as per the payment of wages act 1936. 18. What is the procedure for fixing minimum wages. Explain the provisions relating to the composition of advisory board and central advisory board. 19. Describe the scope and extent of the payment of Bonus Act 1965 and discuss the provision of the act regarding the determination of bonus. 20. Enumerate persons who subject to the provisions of section 2(1) are included in the definition of workmen. 21. Explain fully the expression arising out of and in the course of employment as used in the Workmen's Compensation Act 1923. 22. Discuss the provisions relating to Benefits under employees State Insurance Act 1948 (Sec. 46 to 58). II. 1. National tribunals. 2. Illegal strikes and lockouts. 3. Lay off and lock out. 4. Lock out and closure. 5. Registration and recognition of trade unions. 6. Union rivalry. 7. Workmen's compensation in case of insolvency of employer. 8. Restrictions on employment of women. 9. Effect of rationalisation on employment labour decision. Labour legislation deals the group of legislations relating to employment non employment wages working conditions industrial relations social security and labour welfare of workers working in industries. This book covers important legislations relating to labour from 1923 to 1965. The Workmen's Compensation Act 1923 Trade Unions Act 1926 The Payment of Wages Act 1936 Industrial Disputes Act 1947 The Minimum Wages Act 1948 etc. are covered in this book. Further some recent decisions on the compensation Act Employees State Insurance Act 1948 Industrial Disputes Act etc. are also given at the end of the book to enrich the students with the latest developments. In this book 22 essay questions and 9 short questions are answered to cover various acts given in the syllabus. For easy understanding simple English is used without compromising on the quality front. 95 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 53048

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Title: Labour Legislation

Publisher: APH, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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