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Though its an ageold topic of Industrial Relations, specifically in reference to the Industrial Disputes Act. But yet it is new and I am starting a fresh.
Specifically in reference to the Industrial Disputes Act.
1. Who is a workmen?
2. In reference to today's scenario, when so many engineers, and skilled professionals are hired in service industry and work in the same manner as used to work in the factories of 50-60's? under what circumstances such skilled professional employees can be 'Workers' as such in terms of Industrial Disputes Act?
3. What are the specific functions which puts an worker in a 'supervisory' and 'managerial' role and thereby specifically ousting him/her to be an 'workmen' as such?
All above queries are specifically to evaluate the position of law in context of present days scenario prevailing in service Industry. Please share the landmark judgements which directly flash light on the above queries?
Regards,
Naveen Bhardwaj

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