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Dear All, As i am Working in REAL ESTATE (CONSTRUCTION) CO as an HR- Executive , i am lacking IR Experience...... As this co. do not have workers/Labours , my co. only do have Contractors & Consultants.. so i am only getting experience related to Labour Cess only.. I am Lacking rest of the IR laws experiences.Also , I am planning to work in Manufacturing/FMCG co. so is it posible to do so? Wat can b done??
Need your guidance on the same..

Subject -IR

If you are planning to opt for manufacturing or FMCG company, start acquairing knowledge on the following.

1) Familiarise yourself with the mother of all labour laws namely the Industrial Disputes Act since you should have a basic understanding of grievances and disputes and the mechanism for resolution of such disputes as IR deals with them day in and day out.

2) Read Trade unions Act 1926

3) Read Factories Act 1948

4) Read Industrial employment(Standing orders) Act 1946

5) If the State in which you are working, has enacted any Act that deals with recognition of trade unions as in the case of Maharastra whicheenacted teh Mharastra recognition of Trade unions Act, get hold of it.

6) Get hold of a good book on collective bargaining by a good Indian author since you need to understand the process in indian context.

7) Understand the disciplinary procedure and domestic enquiries.

You can also search net for relevant material on these subjects.

This will give an idea of IR.


HR & Labour Law consultant

Chipinbiz Consultancy. Pvt.Ltd


Dear Saikumar,
Thanks for reverting but I have knowledge of IR/Laws as i had done MBA but due to working with Realty Co. ,we are only dealing with contractors...
So i am only lacking IR Experience.
Thats why I am searching for FMCG/Manufacturing co.
Do you have such kind of Jobs/Solution on the same?

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