Recruitment, Training And Development, Performance
Hr Manager
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Dear all,
I would like to ask some thing about labour laws,as at this site so many attachments related to labour laws are present but my questions is that what should be a beggining to understand labour laws because when we read labour laws there are articles ,section , act, so I just want to know the best or easiest way to learn these laws.:-?

18th November 2009
Hi Monika,
You can start reading books related to labor law and yes the laws and the section will be bit confusing so just take one at a time and read ten sections daily as a beginner. Also you can go through these sites where a small brief will be given about the laws so that you can understand it easily.
General Laws Primer <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google )
India Lawyers - India Law/Indian Lawyer, Online Legal Solutions of India Lawyer Law Firm
18th November 2009 From India, Madras
Hello Monika,
Initially it happens when you read laws. But the easy way is to first of all understand the scope and objective of that particular law.
You should have that curucity to know about it that you should read it throwlyy all the definitions and chapters of it. If we talk about Factories act or Standing order ot ESIC.
You should know what exctly this act stands for,why it has been came into existance,and then go in details.
For any assisatnce contact.
Akhilesh Dubey
SAP-HR Consultant
18th November 2009 From India, Indore
Dear Monika,
I aocnduct training classes of which Compliance of Statutory Obligations is an integral part.
In case you ar ekeen to have a thorough understanding of basic Labour laws you could attend my classes.
I am located in Gurgaon. You could contact me on my Mobile: 09717726667
Best Wishes,
Vasant Nair
HR Advisor
Karma - HR
20th November 2009 From India, Mumbai
I am Sanjit Patel from Gujarat. I am doing MHRD (Master of Human Resource Development".
The following attachment is A Handbook on Labour Laws of India
Which other acts are Important for HR manager?
Thank you..
10th October 2012 From India, Ahmadabad

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