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anoop kumar pandey
Wrote on 15 July 2016  

i know the rich and wealthy owners would misbehave ; don't leave them or spare them; the unions shd take on them forth with ; so far they enjoyed moonlight not hot sun is shining on them now, SC would soon uphold Madras High court order; as TN has accepted, no state can say otherwise, that means the political parties would face very high heat by way of strikes in software industry; after all software industry is outsourcing types; they would lose their clients if they do not forthwith patch up software / hardware employees, i am 100% sure; this is right time to pressurize the great owners.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

i know the rich and wealthy owners would misbehave ; don't leave them or spare them; the unions shd take on them forth with ; so far they enjoyed moonlight not hot sun is shining on them now, SC would soon uphold Madras High court order; as TN has accepted, no state can say otherwise, that means the political parties would face very high heat by way of strikes in software industry; after all software industry is outsourcing types; they would lose their clients if they do not forthwith patch up software / hardware employees, i am 100% sure; this is right time to pressurize the great owners.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

i know the rich and wealthy owners would misbehave ; don't leave them or spare them; the unions shd take on them forth with ; so far they enjoyed moonlight not hot sun is shining on them now, SC would soon uphold Madras High court order; as TN has accepted, no state can say otherwise, that means the political parties would face very high heat by way of strikes in software industry; after all software industry is outsourcing types; they would lose their clients if they do not forthwith patch up software / hardware employees, i am 100% sure; this is right time to pressurize the great owners.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

Yesterday or so a TCS employee rightly filed a case of her right under industrial disputes Act 1947 at chennai, Madras High court rightly said software and hardware employees/engineers are workers per definition of ID Act 1947; TN govt prompt;y accepted and the state implemented forthwith in compliance of the court order; besides indeed a right relief, in IT industry there is enormous exploitation by the industry owners - now any one having chennai establishment has to implement the trade union Act and ID Act 1947 - if one implements in TN how he cannot in other states like Infosys/Wipro/cognizant / microsoft n so on....it is high time any seven workers - software - can form a union and the establishment must recognize forthwith if not the establishment would be proceeded against by the state ...that is a right step to save the employees from exploitation even in hours of work , imbalanced scales of say between one another in the same category of employment' by just paying some hefty amounts you cannot call the software pr hardware engineer as great 'confidential person' or manager, just to dupe the principle of human rights of every employee, be in any blessed industry; i think AITUC/CITU/and like unions be formed to protect the software employees; as several times the company terms him or her as some casual employee if the incumbent false foul with the establishment. fight till the finish is my advice to every soft/hare ware employee; they can approach me if they don't get right advocate to support him or her.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

Yesterday or so a TCS employee rightly filed a case of her right under industrial disputes Act 1947 at chennai, Madras High court rightly said software and hardware employees/engineers are workers per definition of ID Act 1947; TN govt prompt;y accepted and the state implemented forthwith in compliance of the court order; besides indeed a right relief, in IT industry there is enormous exploitation by the industry owners - now any one having chennai establishment has to implement the trade union Act and ID Act 1947 - if one implements in TN how he cannot in other states like Infosys/Wipro/cognizant / microsoft n so on....it is high time any seven workers - software - can form a union and the establishment must recognize forthwith if not the establishment would be proceeded against by the state ...that is a right step to save the employees from exploitation even in hours of work , imbalanced scales of say between one another in the same category of employment' by just paying some hefty amounts you cannot call the software pr hardware engineer as great 'confidential person' or manager, just to dupe the principle of human rights of every employee, be in any blessed industry; i think AITUC/CITU/and like unions be formed to protect the software employees; as several times the company terms him or her as some casual employee if the incumbent false foul with the establishment. fight till the finish is my advice to every soft/hare ware employee; they can approach me if they don't get right advocate to support him or her.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

people affected move; besides robbed households too shd take up the case of exploited casual labor is my considered opinion, after all the contract labor is as good as you too as a man citizen.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

i find even security guards through security agencies are again as contract labor highly exploited; i see in a coop hsg society there are several security guards appointed thru some security agency, but they are paid rs.6000/- in place of rs.13000 they are entitled to get; even they are not paid minimum wages of rs.10,000/-, in spite the boys work more than 10 hrs a day..where is fundamental right? why govt simply turns Nelson's eye, but profession as if some great welfare govt and state. find the guards are threatened that they would be removed, if they ask minimum wages too; why would it not robbery take place ? by simply blaming the guard nothing useful could be possible; i think court shd visit such details and punish the relevant governments too besides the hsg societies as also the security contractors. But what i find is govt wants service tax under central excise Act, court shd punish the central govt by exemplary fines, if the court really believes in human rights as india is a signatory to human rights. what earthly use it is?


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

most exploited labor is contract labor; feel govt failed to abolish contract labor; i think we need to move the court under Art 14 r/w Art 226 writ mandamus.


dr g balakrishnan
Wrote on 11 June 2016  

it ought to be extended; i feel the Act shd apply today even in establishments having 10 employees as contract labor after all rs 10,000.- indeed subsisting wage today.


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