Pbskumar2006
General Manager-hr
Rajanassociates
Legal Counsel
Vijayarajpc
Hrd Consultant
K C S Kutty
Labour Laws
Dharmjadon
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Dear Friends,
When we learn Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, there are some terms and definitions which require a lot of explanations. Even the courts have tried to interpret these terms in different situations in different ways. Hence an ordinary student will be confused in understanding these terms. The term ' Protected workmen' is one among those most confusing and much interpreted one.
SEE THE ATTACHED ARTICLE.
Regards,
PBS KUMAR

From India, Kakinada

Attached Files
File Type: pdf ARTICLE ON -PROTECTED WORKMEN.pdf (32.4 KB, 1801 views)

Very informative
rajanassociates
Pls see https://www.citehr.com/285737-legal-...-industry.html

From India, Bangalore
The article on "Protected Workman" was published in another site on 14th October 2011 by Shri PC Vijayarajan, Deputy Labour Commissioner of Kerala in response to my post on the same site on 10th October 2011.
While copying and pasting articles, please do not delete the name of the original contributor, who had taken efforts to compile the case law and publishing it.
The only contribution of the person who posted is the title of the post that too with the year of the ID Act changed to 1948 instead of 1947.
KCS Kutty, Pune

From India, Madras
Dear mr. Kumar, It is an unhealthy affair to copy the articles by another auther published in another cite to copy and paste in your name. It is shameful. Please read the comments from Mr. KCS Kutty.
From United States, Cambridge
Dear Sri. Ramesh.e,
Kindly read the comments on this article.
MR.P B S Kumar has stolen the article from another cite. The article was published in Lawyers club India.
We should not encourage the practice done by PBS. He has done a shameless job.
Regards
VR

From United States, Cambridge
MR.P B S Kumar has stolen the article from another cite. The article was published in Lawyers club India. We should not encourage the practice done by PBS. He has done a shameless job
From United States, Cambridge
In the particular case, mangement has declined to assign the "protected workmen" status to the General secretary of the Trade Union citing the continuance of disciplinary proceedings against him as the reason.
Would the Management be justified in declining the request under any other circumstance.
What was the intention of the law-makers behind introducing the concept of "protected workmen"?

From India
Can any one suggest me in case Union has recommended for protected workmen under section 33 of rule 61.What will be the reply?
From India, New Delhi
What will be the Management Action??
From India, New Delhi
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