Labour & Service Law Judgements

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discrimination and personal bias in vigilance action

 05 September 2008

due to the personal srtain relationship

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Award - Non application of mind

 04 September 2008

Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, Sections 2(s) and 25F - Award - Non application of mind - Termination - Daily wager-muster roll employee - Reinstatement directed for violation of section 25F of the Act - Appellant specifically pleaded that it is part

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Jurisdiction of Civi Court in Labour disputes

 04 August 2008

Under Section 9 of Code of Civil Procedure Code whether the Civil Court has jurisdiction in the Labour disputes. Overlapping jurisdiction of two Courts in service matters. Held- when a right accrues under two statutes vis-à-vis the common law right,

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Disciplinary action cannot be taken againstRetired employee

 02 August 2008

Relationship of Employer employee relationship ceases to exist after retirement.So the employer cannot initiate any disciplinary action after retirement.

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Equal pay for equal work

 12 May 2008

The Supreme Court by affirming the order of Allahabad High Court held that when persons are discharging same functions and duties there is no reason to refuse some benefits to some of them and treat them differently. The Government of India granted v

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Scale of Pay-Equal ytreatment to all employees

 17 April 2008

Thus, the Corporation cannot put forth financial loss as a ground only with regard to a limited category of employees. It cannot be said that the Corporation is financially sound insofar granting of revised pay scales to other employees, but finds fi

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Question of bias in domestic enquiry

 17 April 2008

The very fact is that the disciplinary committee who found the respondent(herein) guilty participated in decision making process for finding the respondent(herein) guilty and to dismiss him from service is bias which is apparent & real.

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PF is not applicable on leave encashment

 03 April 2008

Encashing the earned leave is not a part of "basic wage" under Section 2(b) of the Employees' Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 (in short the 'Act') requiring pro rata employer's contribution

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Contravention of Section 22 of the Trade Unions Act, 1926

 27 March 2008

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Appeal under Workman Compensation Act

 27 March 2008

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