Harsh Kumar Mehta
Consultant In Labour Laws/hr
Korgaonkar K A
2. So, far as State Labour laws are concerned, you can get the same from the website of labour department in which State your unit is located and see if the compliance of said laws is being made properly in the unit.
3. In case of any specific doubt or question, you can raise in this forum for appropriate comments by the seniors/experienced HR people in this forum.
11th April 2015 From India, Noida
Your superior told you to go through the labour laws and case studies under it.
You are new in the field.
You need to first find out what labour laws are applicable to you and understand main features of the applicable labour law.
Docs related to labour laws are the Bare Act. Purchase it from market (book stall) latest edition. Labour Law Agency comes out with new edition every year. It is not so, labour laws amend every year but advisable to purchase the Bare Acts every year with new edition. I do it. Don't depend on labour department websites or any other websites. You will find all old and out dated version on websites.
You can not read all the Acts overnight. Once you study the main features, you can go through main provisions of the Acts.
You will find tips on the main features and main provisions in every Bare Act in its beginning. Additionally, you can read some guides or Handbooks on labour laws e.g. Labour Laws by SR Samant. You can also go through below given links but check the updates. Keep the Bare Acts handy when you need to refer any update or any section.
Enjoy learning experience. Good Luck.
12th April 2015 From India, Mumbai