Principle of ‘no work no pay’ is not absolute: Orissa HC

Principle of 'no work no pay' is not absolute

Orissa High Court in Partha Sarathi Dash vs. State of Odisha &Ors. W.P.(C) No. 8092 of 2016 reiterated the settled principle that where an employee is willing to work but is prevented by the employer to do so unlawfully, he cannot be denied his legitimate benefits such as salary etc. by invoking the principle of no work no pay.

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