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Recent Important Labour Judgments - From the Court room

1. When the enquiry officer has not explained the enquiry procedure and behaved rudely using indecent language to female employee, E.O. cannot be said to be impartial. The Kangra Cooperative Bank Ltd. vs. Ms. Seema Sharma. 2018 LLR 231 (Delhi H.C.)

2. Though defaulting organization does not deserve any concession, opportunity to produce records may be granted on cost. M/s. S.H. Brick Gram Udyog Samiti vs. Employees Provident Fund Tribunal and Others. 2018 LLR 326 (P&H H.C.)

3. When the State Government came to know of award when it was published, setting aside of the ex-parte award is justified. State of Rajasthan vs. Vishnu Dutt Sharma. 2018 LLR 324 (Raj. H.C.)

4. Attachment of gratuity against housing loan is not permissible, despite agreement of employee for such deduction. United Bank of India vs. Bidyut Baran Haldar & Ors. 2018 LLR 307 (Cal. H.C.)

5. During pendency of Industrial Disputes, permission under section 33(1) of I.D. Act is necessary prior to dismissal of employee who is party to dispute. MRF Employees Union vs. Government of Tamilnadu and Others. 2018 LLR 313 (Mad. H.C.)