Employer, Not The Court To Decide As To Where An Employee Should Be Posted - CiteHR
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Delhi High Court Honourable Justice Mr. V. Kameswar Rao pronounced that the transfer of an employee holding transferable employment should not have been set aside by the Industrial Tribunal merely that as per order of the Management it could not be beyond 15 KMs form the residence of the employee. While transferring an employee form one place to another, it is for employer to decide as to where the services can be utilized properly. Hence, the court or the Industrial tribunals shall not override the decision of the employer and substitute the decision of the employer by their own decisions.
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can you please give the reference of the case where this judgement has been pronounced?
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