Municipal Corporation of Delhi Versus Female Workers (Muster Roll) and another[ALL SC 2000 MARCH]

KEYWORDS:- iNDUSTRIAL DISPUTE – MUNICIPALITY WHETHER INDUSTRY-MATERNITY BENEFIT-CASUAL WORKERS-   DATE:-08-03-2000- AIR 2000 SC 1274 : (2000) 2 SCR 171 : (2000) 3 SCC 224 : JT 2000 (3) SC 13 : (2000) 2 SCALE 269 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Municipal Corporation of Delhi Appellant Versus Female Workers (Muster Roll) and another Respondent (Before: S. Saghir Ahmad And D. P. Wadhwa, JJ.) Spl. Leave Petn. … Continue reading Municipal Corporation of Delhi Versus Female Workers (Muster Roll) and another[ALL SC 2000 MARCH]

Functions of the Chief Labour Commissioner (Central) in India

Keywords:- Labour Commissioner Chief Labour Commissioner (Central) CLC(C) is entrusted with the following functions. 1.Prevention and settlement of industrial disputes through conciliation/mediation. 2.Enforcement of Labour Laws and Rules made there under in Central Sphere. 3.Quasi-Judicial functions 4.Verification of Trade Union membership 5.Miscellaneous Functions Prevention And Settlement Of Industrial Disputes The CIRM ensures harmonious industrial relations in the central sphere establishments through : A) Intervention, mediation … Continue reading Functions of the Chief Labour Commissioner (Central) in India

National Kamgar Union Vs. Kran Rader Pvt. Ltd. Ors[SC 2018 JANUARY]

KEYWORDS:- INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE-ARTICLE 227- ARTICLE 136- It is the duty of the High Court while exercising the supervisory jurisdiction to see that the subordinate Court has exercised its powers in accordance with law and did not commit any illegality or perversity in reaching to its conclusion. While recording a finding, if it is noticed by the High Court that the subordinate Court has failed to take … Continue reading National Kamgar Union Vs. Kran Rader Pvt. Ltd. Ors[SC 2018 JANUARY]

Bidi, Bidi Leaves and Tobacco Merchants’ Association, Gondia Appellant Versus State of Bombay[SC 1961 November]

Keywords :- Doctrine of implied Power , Doctrine of Enabling Act AIR 1962 SC 486 : (1962) 1 Suppl. SCR 381 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Bidi, Bidi Leaves and Tobacco Merchants’ Association, Gondia Appellant Versus State of Bombay Respondent (Before : P. B. Gajendragadkar, A. K. Sarkar, K. N. Wanchoo, K. C. Das Gupta And N. Rajagopala Ayyangar, JJ.) Civil Appeals Nos. 415 to 418 … Continue reading Bidi, Bidi Leaves and Tobacco Merchants’ Association, Gondia Appellant Versus State of Bombay[SC 1961 November]

Uttarakhand Transport Corporation (earlier known as U.P.S.R.T.C.) & Ors. Vs. Sukhveer Singh [SC 2017]

SERVICE-INQUIRY REPORT KEYWORDS: award of the labour court We are in agreement with the findings of the inquiry officer which were accepted by the disciplinary authority and approved by the appellate authority and the labour court that the Respondent had committed the misconduct in collusion with the conductor. It is no more res integra that acts of corruption/misappropriation cannot be condoned, even in cases where the … Continue reading Uttarakhand Transport Corporation (earlier known as U.P.S.R.T.C.) & Ors. Vs. Sukhveer Singh [SC 2017]

Kerala Private Hospital Association Vs. State of Kerala & Ors[SC 2017]

November 09, 2017 •KEYWORDS:- Nominated Person-fixing minimum wages- •A person, who is nominated to represent the interest of his employer, in our considered opinion, need not necessarily be the employer himself. If on the other hand, his employee is nominated to represent his employer’s interest, such nomination is in accordance with the requirement of Section 9 of the Act. It is for the reason that … Continue reading Kerala Private Hospital Association Vs. State of Kerala & Ors[SC 2017]

An employee engaged for the same work, cannot be paid less than another, who performs the same duties and responsibilities.

02-01-2017-YASH PAL KEYWORDS:-Temporary workers-Minimum wages IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 616 OF 2013 YASH PAL & ORS …. PETITIONERS VERSUS UNION OF INDIA & ORS …..RESPONDENTS WITH WRIT PETITION (CIVIL) NO. 912 OF 2013 Bench: T.S. Thakur, D.Y. Chandrachud J U D G M E N T Dr D Y CHANDRACHUD, J The petitioners – twenty nine … Continue reading An employee engaged for the same work, cannot be paid less than another, who performs the same duties and responsibilities.

Hindustan Tin Works Pvt. Ltd Versus The Employees of M/s. Hindustan Tin Works Pvt. Ltd.

07-09-1978 Industrial Disputes Act, 1947-from being a factor of production the labour has become a partner in industry AIR 1979 SC 75 : (1979) 1 SCR 563 : (1979) 2 SCC 80 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Hindustan Tin Works Pvt. Ltd Appellant Versus The Employees of M/s. Hindustan Tin Works Pvt. Ltd. and others Respondent (Before : V. R. Krishna Iyer, D. A. Desai And … Continue reading Hindustan Tin Works Pvt. Ltd Versus The Employees of M/s. Hindustan Tin Works Pvt. Ltd.

Wages minimum

wages– Means all remuneration, capable of being expressed in terms of money, which would, if the terms of the contract of employment, express or implied, were fulfilled, be payable to a person employed in respect of his employment or of work done in such employment, [and includes house rent allowance], but does not include— (i) the value of— (a) any house-accommodation, supply of light, water, medical attendance, or (b) … Continue reading Wages minimum

Dock worker”

Dock worker:  means a person employed or to be employed in, or in the vicinity of, any port on work in connection with the loading, unloading, movement or storage of cargoes, or work in connection with the preparation of ships or other vessels for the receipt or discharge of cargoes or leaving port; Scheme for employment S 3. Scheme for ensuring regular employment of workers.—(1) Provision may be … Continue reading Dock worker”