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Dear Friends,

Every year, every day, somany HR persons are coming from the institutions for joining into the field as HR professionals (starting as Managment Trainee or some directly as probationers). They need about the fundamentals of LABOUR LAWS. So here is my collection of various Indian Labour Laws which are immediately require to be on job work.

Hence please see the attatchment file. Which are collected from various sources for infant HRs.

HOPE IT MAY HELP EVERY ONE.

Regards,

PBS KUMAR

PLEASE SEE THE AMMENDED LAWS IN PAGE-10
Posted 20th November 2006 From India, Kakinada
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Dennu 
Dear pbskumar2006
Greetings..

Thanks a lot for sharing the softcopy on Labour Laws..if you have any such softcopies please do attach.. thanks a lot once again.

Regards
Daniel

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Posted 21st November 2006 From India, Mangaluru
Hi Thank you so much for compiling and sharing this data. This works as a ready reckoner for me. Sincerely, Sherine
Posted 21st November 2006 From India, Bangalore
Thank You very much for your Efoorts & Kindness.

I need on clarification under maternity Act,

If an employee worked 80 days in the preceeding months, she is elligible to get the maternity benefit as per act.

1. Our Compnay has not registered under ESI,PF,Gratuity, etc. In such a case what we have to do.
(we are pvt registeration company, only 0ur strength is 50.)

2. Either if she is under probation or contact,whether is elligible to get it.
3. What do u mean average salary?
4. In our company we have slalary components are 40% Basic, 30%Conveyance, 30%HRA. Rs. 100/200 (less from basic) Edu. Allowance. the calculation is based on Salary fixation, For eg. if Rs. 10000 is a salary then 3900,3000,3000,100 respectively. Rs. 200 if it is above Rs. 10000/-.
In such a case what is average salary in it.?
5. I came know the company can have own policy or it can follow Act. Is it true?
6. Some companies are not paying maternity benefit in case of probation period. Is it right? ( especially above Rs. 7500 not under ESI).


Can any one clear me the above clarification.I will be greatful to you all.


Regards,
Ramya Shankar
Posted 21st November 2006 From India, Pune
Hi Kumar, Good Job, Certainly helpful not only for freshers but also for Practitioners also. Regards, Harsha
Posted 21st November 2006 From India,
Excellent efforts from your end. Thanks a lot for sharing such vital information for all. sunil
Posted 21st November 2006 From Oman, Muscat
It is really useful. Please keep posting such good articles. Thanks for the document. Praveen
Posted 21st November 2006 From India
Hi, To All the Memebers A VEry Good Afternoon to all If any anybody having exp in Jewellery Factory in HR Dept Plz Send me Your CV Regards Amit Tiwari
Posted 21st November 2006 From India, Jaipur
Hi PBS KUMAR,

Excellent work!!

I completed my MLL&LW and found that the topics you listed are very relevent and useful.

Though one topic is missing in the document (apart from the 133 or so labor laws) and that topic is Shops and Establishment Act.

This act differes from state to state...though the crux of this Act is almost same.

Anyways ...gud work...keep it up!!

-Shashank
Posted 21st November 2006 From India
HI Kumar: Thanks for sharing the document, I am sure it would be helpful to all members in this site. Regards Radhika
Posted 21st November 2006 From India, Madras
Very useful information mr.pbs kumar thanks for providing such a useful information. with regards Mahesh m j
Posted 22nd November 2006
Hi, PBS KUMAR, Excellent efforts from your end. It is really useful information for all.Thanks a lot for sharing such vital information. :D Yogesh
Posted 23rd November 2006 From India, New Delhi
ranass 
Hi The Labour law compilation was very useful and interesting Thanks a lot pls keep it up[ Samarjeet Singh
Posted 26th November 2006 From India, Jaipur
Hi, This is Amol The content provided by u was really helpful and I think it has help me laot, Thanks for the same. Regards, Amol Agaskar SR. Process Executive (HR Operations) HRprowess
Posted 27th November 2006 From India, Mumbai
hi there, It’s really very useful. Great Effort and initiative. Regards Urvashi urvashi.dahiya@monsoonconsulting.com
Posted 27th November 2006 From India, Pune
It is very handy for the new HR professionals. Likewise we can share our experiences and knowledge. Great effort by PBS Kumar Venkatesh
Posted 27th November 2006 From India, Delhi
Hi Kumar, Its a gr8 effeort from your end. I was hunting for such documents all these while. Keep up the good work. Wish to see more things coming from you in future.
Posted 27th November 2006
very use full for us, we have subject called INDUSTRISL LAW, for that ur file is 100% usefull. thak you for posting.
Posted 27th November 2006 From India, Bangalore
Hi Everyone,

We should take out some time and see that we are contributing something for the group to make this forum more lively and knowledgeable. We must must see that we are making this circle very big.

Venkatesh
Posted 27th November 2006 From India, Delhi
hello sir
thanks a lot for such a usefull information. I am a student of MBA (HR+IT )in final semister.IN a few months i will br HR too .sir plz advice how to cracke the interview in the impressive manner
chrees sir
sashi
Posted 27th November 2006
My dear youngsters,

You thought that HRM acumen is enough for pursuing a caeer. Next came the necessity of labour law. Labour law though confusing, claims to resolve disputes. Labour law acumen may help prevent company loss.

Till now you had never thought that matrimonial/domestic criminal laws wll affect industrial productivity. But now you will have to prepare yourselves to face matrimonial/domestic false cases from helter and skelter, from left and right and from up and down no matter whether you are a child or young or old. No one can think that he is 24 carrot gold. So the topic "BIG BOSS PREMJI AZMI ALONG WITH COLLEAGUES HIT BY DV ACT" becomes the No.1 topic for discussion. Please join the discussion and suggest ways and means to combat and undo the situation.
regards
Posted 28th November 2006 From India, Delhi
Well my dear youngsters, Do you not feel the necessity of the knowledge and consequences of existing matrimonial/domestic criminal law? regards
Posted 28th November 2006 From India, Delhi
Thanks Mr Kumar, that too coming from an infant Hr :) Excelent piece of work Regards, Deepti
Posted 11th January 2007 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Friends,

Thank you all for viewing this topic. And sending your suggestions frequently to me. I am extreemely thankful to HR Management Community for good support.

Regards,

:D

PBS KUMAR
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Posted 2nd April 2007 From India, Kakinada
Dear Dr, Is Matrimonial & Domistic Criminal Laws are inculded in Labour Laws ? want to know more about this. Will you post any article on this please. Regards, PBS KUMAR
Posted 15th May 2007 From India, Kakinada
Dear All,

Some of the persons are copy this enclosers and modify their names and posting the same article with other names why ? "INNOVATION" is required for one and all. So develop the other way to improve the existing. But unnecessarily posting the same article and watching it for some one is not required. If I am wrong please advise me.

REGARDS
:oops:
PBS KUMAR
Posted 20th July 2007 From India, Kakinada
Dear Sir Thank you very much for sharing the information, very thank ful to you Cheers Bharath
Posted 13th December 2007 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Mr. Kumar, Nice post. i am confused between labour laws & Industrial laws. pls guide me over this.What are the acts that are covered under labour laws & industrial laws. Regards satya
Posted 5th January 2008 From India, Delhi
DEAR FRIENDS,PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED NEW TIPS ON LABOUR LAWS (WITH NEW AMMENDMENTS). May be useful for every one.Regards,PBS KUMAR
Posted 25th July 2008 From India, Kakinada
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What are the leave rules to be followed during the probation period? kindly post the reply to jaya.mary@rediffmail.com.
Posted 23rd September 2008






 
 
 
 







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