During proceedings pendency workman cannot be dismissed without approval: Karnataka HC

During proceedings pendency workman cannot be dismissed without approval: Karnataka HC

Recently, the Karnataka High Court in Mulberry Silks Limited vs. N G Chowdappa W.P. No. 28177/2009 reiterated the settled principle of law that permission from the Labour Court or Tribunal under Section 33 (2)(b) of Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, is required to be obtained by the employer in the event of the employer wanting to “vary the terms of service” during the pendency of dispute either between the employer and the workman or between the employer and the union.

Also read: Retirement clause in Standing orders having the term “may” gives discretion to employer to extend the service : SC

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