Respected Seniors, I little bit confused about the above subject matter. anyone help me to How to know the latest changes in Acts & Laws especially in Labour laws. tks Jagan 9903599794
17th November 2007 From India, Visakhapatnam

Rajanassociates
India, Bangalore
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Svsrana
India, Delhi
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Kalyan R
India, Madras
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Jaganvizag
India, Visakhapatnam
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Grhrm
India, Hyderabad
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hI Jagan,
two tips to know latest changes in labour laws are..
1. keep touch with this site
&
2. www.labour.nic.in
just i know these two thinks only.
any suggestions please?????
17th November 2007 From India, Hyderabad
Hi
You can be in touch with some Employers' Forum in your city like Employers Federation etc, where the latest amendments will be circulated to it's member companies. You can also periodically visit offices such as Labour Department, Factories Inspectorate, ESI & PF local offices for latest circulars/notifications in this regard.
You can also visit www.erlaws.com where the latest notifications and amendments will be published.
Thanks & Regards
Kalyan R
17th November 2007 From India, Madras
Dear
Pls go to the earlier posts of CiterHR or Yahoo search Engine .They have lot of material. Nothing like going to a Law Book shop and buying a Book understanding it.Also see Downloads available in CiteHR itself.
With Regards
V.Sounder Rajan
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18th November 2007 From India, Bangalore
there is a famous journal by the name of "labour law reporter"... ASSOCHAM, AIMA and its regional chapters, industrial associations, labour inspectors etc keep you posted.. surya
18th November 2007 From India, Delhi
 

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