Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
23rd July 2014 From India, Kannur
24th July 2014 From India, Delhi
3rd January 2015 From India, Shimla
1. Cosmetics, soaps, household cleaners and disinfectants
2. Ready made garments
3. Soft drink manufacturing industries
4. Biscuits and confectioneries
5. Ayurvedic, Unani and Homeopathic Medicines
6. Auto mobiles including accessories and spare parts
7. Surgical equipments, artificial prosthesis and diagnostics
8. Electronics, computers including accessories and spares
9. Electrical appliances
10. Paints and varnishes
So far mobile sales person of phone distributors do not come under the purview of the Act. However, the provisions of Shops and Commercial Establishments Act will be applicable to them. Please refer to the specific sections and see if the same is applicable only to establishments with a specified number of employees only, because in some states, certain provisions like holidays to be given in a year with reference to the state Industrial Establishment (National and Festival Holidays )Act, is applicable only to establishments having at least 20 employees.
5th January 2015 From India, Kannur
Kindly guide me is it necessary for medical representative to join unions, even if he is not willing to do so. As i am working as manager in pharma company and unions are forcing my team rep to join union to avail the benefits of labour laws. Is it so.
10th June 2016 From India, Delhi
10th June 2016 From India, Kannur
Recently our company mnc closed one of its salez division.
The mrs are being placed some or other way.
Their managers are given new designation with no role clarity.
They have no reportees.
They are made to feel ignorant and outcaste.
The project they say is of 4 months.
I want to enquire that after 4 months can company terminate us.
Do we now come under SPE act and do covered under labour laws.
Pls guide ...we are very tragic state
26th September 2016 From India, Mumbai
28th September 2016 From India, Kannur