Dear Friends,
During last decade SC has set the tone of Industrial Relations ( Employer - Employee) in a direction with zero tolerance on indiscipline.
Here are about 400 one liner SC Judgments on various topics of Industrial Relations.
I hope it will be useful for all HR professionals.
Tell me how you like it.
regards,
anil kaushik
chief editor,BUSINESS MANAGER
B-138,Ambedkar Nagar,alwar-301001 (raj) india
Landline;0144-2372022
Mob;09829133699

YOUR TODAYS PROBLEMS ARE YESTERDAYS WRONG DECISIONS

From India, Delhi

Attached Files
File Type: doc 11 Years of Supreme Court.doc (949.5 KB, 3136 views)

:-DDear Mr.Anil Kaushik,
This is an excellent contribution to the IR & HR and the Practioners of Labour Laws really.
Our sincere thanks on behalf of CiteHr.
Thank you once again.
Regards,
B V Narayana Murty,
Senior Manager-HRD,
Karvy Group of Companys,
Hyderabad.
Phone No: 040-23431552.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Mr. Kaushik, Thanks a lot.. It’s very useful.. I am a regular reader of Business Manager and I appreciate your contribution to make the magzine worth. Best Regards, VINOD MATHUR

Dear Mr.Anil Kaushik Indeed it is very good for HR people to know about Court decisions/judgments to implement /regularize it in the operations.
From India, Vadodara
Dear Mr.Anil Kaushik Indeed it is very good and informative:-P for HR people to know about Court decisions/judgments to implement /regularize it in the operations.
From India, Vadodara
Dear Mr.Anil Kaushik Indeed it is very good and informative:-P for HR people to know about Court decisions/judgments to implement /regularize it in the operations. V.D.Patel
From India, Vadodara
Dear Anil,
This compilation has made me feel that I need to meet you and thank you in person.
Please share your contact information with me through this cite or by sending an email to me at .
Thank you
Mayank Chaturvedi
9999099951

From India, Delhi
very good compilation sharpening the insights.
however, only the latest and the operative court judgements be included for clarity and avoiding confusion, excluding the non-operative judgements - eg judgments related to termination of a probationer whrein several judgements say a probationer cannot be automatically terminated, while one judgement says a summary termination of a probationer's employment is justified, so which is the operative judgement; or else the special circumstances of the case must be inculuded in the one liner brief distinguishing the case law.
hope this observation will be useful,
regards/kshantaram

From India, Ahmadabad
pls suggest after the cessation if the company does not settle the due wages to the employees ,even denay the exprience cretificate what kind of initiative can be taken to avail the ways . and the company after closing its operation relocate to another location in India. pls suggest how to get the Full & Final settlement. If the management is not responding to any communication. I am talking about an STPI IT company which is having an office in USA also.
From India, Delhi
pls suggest anty HR managerial opening .My company is hard hit due to US recessation and closing its operation. Regards Binay
From India, Delhi

If you are knowledgeable about any fact, resource or experience related to this topic - please add your views using the reply box below. For articles and copyrighted material please only cite the original source link. Each contribution will make this page a resource useful for everyone.


Please Login To Add Reply






About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service



All rights reserved @ 2021 CiteHR.Comô

All Material Copyright And Trademarks Posted Held By Respective Owners.
Panel Selection For Threads Are Automated - Members Notified Via CiteMailer Server