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Rajnish Kumar das   04 December 2021

Labour cases

Sir,

1.can a recognized union in industry take case of its imdividual members to   labour commissioner s.if  such cases taken up or espoused by recognized union will it be considered industrial dispute

2.once a recognized union espouses case of its members to management and later refuses to espousevit to labour commissioner or labour court and employee goes to conciliation process himself .will it still be considered industrial dispute

 



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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     05 December 2021

 An industrial dispute can be viewed as friction or disagreement between two or more parties involved, due to the difference in their perceptions, opinions, mindsets, attitudes and values. In an organization, the parties engage in such disputes can be:

  • Employer and employee;
  • employee and employee or;
  • employer and employer.

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