Employers need not pay provident fund contribution higher than the prescribed ceiling. (Supreme Court)
A vague charge-sheet will vitiate enquiry. (Supreme Court)
Delinquent be heard when Disciplinary Authority differs with Enquiry Officer. (Supreme Court)
Gratuity can’t be claimed before Labour Court. (AP HC)
Travelling allowance is excluded from ‘wages’ under ESI Act. (AP HC)
Bias against enquiry officer untenable without supporting reasons. (P&H HC)
Gross indiscipline will justify termination. (P&H HC)
Nature of duties not designation is determining factor as to whether an employee is a ‘workman’ or not.
Dispensation of enquiry appropriate when holding is not possible. (Del. HC)
Removal justified when the employee neither complies transfer nor appears before medical board. (Del. HC)
Settlement for specific duration will continue to be effective till it is substituted. (Del. HC)
A charge-sheet for theft should be precise. (Mad. HC)
From India, Delhi
If that be the case - always write the first line - thanks to ... (so & so). Courtesy: LLR and then put the matter.
The people who have provided the information will atleast expect these kind of acknowledgements.
From India, Madras
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