dear senior, can u share latest ppt on id act 1947 regards PS
From India, Dehra Dun
Hai ikjot pl find attachment and prepare ppt file for id act
From India, Visakhapatnam

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File Type: docx ID ACT.docx (22.8 KB, 734 views)

The above PPT on ID Act is not addressing the latest amendment to the Act,w.e.f 15.10.2010.Please update Varghese Mathew
From India, Thiruvananthapuram

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From India, Kumbakonam

Post amendments in ID act

1.Now this scope has been expanded to include companies —

i)In which not less than 51% of the paid up share capital is held by Central Government or any corporation(excluding those mentioned in sub-clause(i) set-up by Central law or held by central public sector undertakings or by subsidiaries of principal undertakings owned by or controlled by the Central Government.

ii) Another important amendment made to clause (a) of Sec.2 is to define appropriate government with regard to disputes between contractor and the contract labour. It now depends up on the question whether the industrial establishment which employs the contract labour in which such dispute arises, falls under the control of Central Government or State Government. If it falls under the control of Central Govt., central govt. will be the appropriate government otherwise, the State Govt.

Section 2 (s) Now, Supervisors drawing wages not exceeding Rs.10000/-p.m are coming within the definition of workmen.

After amendment, a new sub-sections (2)&(3) have been added which enable the individual workman who is retrenched or dismissed and who raises the dispute before conciliation officer, can now directly make an application to the Labour Court/industrial Tribunal for adjudication of his dispute after a lapse of 45 days from the date of making an application to the conciliation officer.

(3) The application referred to in sub-section (2) shall be made to the Labour Court or Tribunal before the expiry of three years from the date of discharge, dismissal, retrenchment or otherwise termination of service as specified in sub-section (1).”.

The new Section 9(C) provides –

i)Composition of the Grievance Redressal Committee.

ii)Fixes a thirty day time limit for redressal of the grievance.

iii)Provides for appeal to the employer by the workman aggrieved by the decision of the committee.

New subsections (9) &(10) have been added to Section 11 where by the Labour Court or Industrial Tribunal shall transmit any award or order or settlement arrived before it to a civil court which will execute the same as if it were a decree passed by it.

From India, Mumbai

Pl. find in attached file ID ACT -2010 PPT for your information . Regards, Jagdish Muley
From India, Pune

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File Type: ppt Industrial Dispute-2010 ppt.ppt (3.12 MB, 980 views)

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