Labour Law

4 days working and its side-effects

We are passing through an era of new changes in many areas and changes in existing archaic labour laws also is contentiously on the anvil. It is hoped that the idea of 4 days working, if so, would be based on a thoughtful consideration of its pros and cons.

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Labour Codes will increase the CTC

Once the new labour Codes are made effective, restructuring of salary will be imperative keeping in view the new definition of wages, leading to increase in CTC. From April, when the next financial year begins, and the Labour Codes are introduced, the employers will have to restructure the wages of...

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Long working hours reduce life expectancy

Monday blues are the serious warning signs that everything is not fine after free weekends. According to a survey conducted in European countries, the cases of heart strokes occur more on Mondays than on any other days because employees feel unduly stressed with the feeling of going to offices and...

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The POSH Act and its Enquiry framework

Formation of an IC is not only the duty cast upon the employer. In many occasions it has been found that the IC lacks competence and competency to deal with a given situation. Hence, it becomes imperative upon the employer to educate, sensitize and train their IC members as to how an enquiry should...

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Nominee & Nomination under Social Security Laws

The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948, The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 as well as under voluntary Insurance Policy obtained by the employer for his employees. The Employees Compensation Act, 1923 also requires a dependent from the prescribed list of family members to receive amount of...

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June 2023

Relationship@Work - June 2023

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