2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A
A critical analysis of unfair labour practices and victimization in the context of industrial relation lawsAuthor(s):
Dr. Rajiv Kumar SinghAbstract:
The study primarily focuses on India's industrial relations laws, determining if the rules need to be changed and identifying gaps in the regulations that may promote unfair labour practices and labour persecution in the hands of employees. “The study examines the Industrial Disputes Act 1947, the Trade Unions Act 1926, and the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946, the study tries to identify the relevant sections which provide the necessary safeguards for the interests of the employees. It discusses a framework of changes that are needed to be made in labor laws in India to be aligned with the contemporary global and Indian economic realities.” The paper goes on to examine the influence of the epidemic on legislation relating to labour relations, if reform is required, and the role of the state in bringing about these changes. It also discusses the role of trade unions in safeguarding employees' rights and preventing unfair labour practices. For the sake of research, the researcher has relied upon the secondary source of data. The research has been conducted through the doctrinal method.Pages: 107-109 | Views: 1058 | Downloads: 638Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Rajiv Kumar Singh. A critical analysis of unfair labour practices and victimization in the context of industrial relation laws. Int J Law Justice Jurisprudence 2021;1(2):107-109.