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Union Labour Ministry notifies amendment in EPF Scheme in the event of outbreak of pandemic

EPFO directs its field offices to process claims promptlyUnion Ministry of Labour and Employment has issued notification GSR 225(E) amending EPF Scheme 1952 to allow withdrawal of non-refundable advance by EPF members/subscribers in the wake of COVID

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Employment And Labour Laws For Women

Brief Introduction Nowadays women are working in almost all the sectors and industries on field. They are actively and passionately doing their job

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Labor Law Compliances in India

While defining 'labor' as a resource working for some business entity, it involves the inevitable tripartite relationship of the labor with th

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Supreme Court's current issue and Vishakha judgement

With the declaration of CBSE class 10th and 12th result and girls outshining boys again, our equally powerful population of women or I can say even mo

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Covid-19- deduction of salary by the companies.

Posted by Shabbir Kapasi

I am working in a call center. Now due to the lockdown from the government, I am not able to go to office. company had offered option of work from home for which I am ready, but the company has not yet provided the required infrastructure necessary to start that work. Now the company is saying that they will mark my leave and thereafter deduct the salary as well. I would like to know if the company can do that considering that I am left with no option other than staying at home as per government directive. The company is not taking responsibility of delivering the required infrastructure to start work from home.

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Updated on : 01/04/2020 11:45:04





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