Difference Between ID Act & Standing Order Act - CiteHR
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Kindly brief me the Main Difference Between ID Act,1948 & Standing Order Act,1946. Regards Govind Pawar
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The Industrial Disputes Act 1947 as the very name suggests deals with disputes relating to terms of employment and conditions of service of workmen in the industry and provides machinery for investigation of disputes and their settlement by peaceful and expeditious means like settlements, conciliation, arbitration and adjudication as well as take prohibitory measures against the employer from perpetrating any unfair labour practice or to act arbitrarily in any manner prejudicial to the interests of the workmen like terminations, changing service conditions or closing establishments or laying off or declaring lock out etc. without putting him on notice or taking approval from the competent authorities under the Act

The industrial Employment Standing orders Act strives to provide uniform service conditions in the form of model standing orders to workmen employed in industrial establishments employing 100 or more workmen on matters like probation,confirmation, leave, discipline, lay off, retirement and termination etc.If does not provide any machinery to deal with any dispute arising with reference to these service conditions. In that event the workman shall raise the dispute under the Industrial Disputes Act and seek to solve it by utilizing any of the mechanisms provided under the I.D Act.


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