virajgovekar Started The Discussion:
Dear all,
I wanted to know what is the notice period a trade union needs to give to the employers before going on strike.
Any other relavent information on this topic will be appreciated.
Regards,
Viraj
19th March 2009 From India, Pune

Hi Viraj, Only public utility establishment required notice to commencing strike(refer ss 22 & 23 of id act) ie 6 week before commencing. Thax Nilesh
19th March 2009 From India, Pune
hi Rahul & viraj,
Under P utility, services which used on daily routine like BSNL,MSEB,PWD etc etc. and viraj, any employer/own only entertain such union whose who have majority of membership and was resgister under TU act. And please note, other than public utilty sectors required 14 days notice(prior) period to go on strike.
Thx
Nilesh
20th March 2009 From India, Pune
Dear Viraj,
In fact viraj, i was experience all above situtation, when i was working with one of company(pune). Even u can check/refer id act 1947.
Thx
Nilesh
Rahul : what happen, u didn't reply. Pls revert.
Bye
Nilesh
21st March 2009 From India, Pune
Dear Nilesh Sir,
pls. tell me the procedure to take new registration of PF & ESI for a new set up company.
Pls .tell me in detail like which forms, documents required to get registration.
Regards
Rahul

23rd March 2009 From France, Paris
Dear Nilesh Sir, pls. tell me that how can we hire a contractor. What is the procedure. Which forms & docs are required for this. Regards Rahul http://www.citehr.com/images/misc/progress.gif
23rd March 2009 From France, Paris
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