Held that the temporay employees cannot be replaced by temporary employees or adhoc employees
Burden of proof having to the principles analogous to section 106 of evidence Act that he has not gainfully employed was on worker, not on the management.
In absence of regular employment of workman employer is not expected to maintain the seniority list of employees engaged on daily wages, casual labourer, temporary employee. The Hon’ble Apex Court also held that in absence of proof of existence of se
Supreme Court has now firmly laid down that regularization cannot be mode of appointment-Illegal appointments cannot be regularized and neither temporary nor permanent status be conferred by regularization – An attempt to induct an employee without f
on 13.1.88 his services came to be terminated for the reason that his Performance Report during the period of probation was not satisfactory and he also failed to show any improvement despite having been given a chance to do so. Aggriev
On the expiry of the period of probation beyond the maximum term provided therein, an employee will be deemed to have been confirmed inasmuch as the Corporation cannot terminate their services on the expiry of such period.
The petitioner is serving as Deputy Manager in the Production Centre in the establishment of the second respondent-Society for Training & Employment Programme in the Twin Cities (SETWIN). The petitioner was placed under suspension by the proceedings
Bar against promotion — in challenge — a chargesheet issued against the respondent for financial irregularities and making fraudulent withdrawals deriving pecuniary gain for himself — departmental enquiry initiated — order of removal from service — c
In Civil Appeal No. 4111 of 2008 - PEPSU Road Transport Corporation and Another v. Mangal Singh & Ors. (hereinafter referred to as "Mangal's appeal"), respondent joined the services of the Pepsu Road Transport Corporation (hereinafter referred to as
The Legislature of Uttar Pradesh enacted the U.P. Industrial Area Development Act, 1976, (hereinafter referred to as ‘Act 1976’) for the purpose of proper planning and development of industrial and residential units and to acquire and develop the lan