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Dear Mounika & Chouhan,
The labour laws are very vast and dynamic which keep changing drastically. Moreover, they are not uniform all over India (like the other govt. laws of Income Tax, Company Act, GST etc.). So it is very difficult to understand all labour laws in short period. This is because all laws don’t apply to every establishment, hence everybody can’t be experts of all laws (exceptionally the consultants / lawyers who have different associates / panel for all labour laws).
Rightly said by Mr Madhu, this forum is the right place to learn new updates, different views applicable in different scenarios. “Don't expect to become an expert in HR/IR and Labour law using capsules”. First go through the basic act/s one by one than keep updated by daily reading of latest discussions on those acts.
I have posted a presentation related to most preferred act (being applicable to most establishments). Since after that so many changes happened. You can go through the below link for the basic knowledge. However, if you need more clarification on any particular topic / case study, than you can share the same for reliable responses from the experts.
https://www.citehr.com/576015-presen...mpliances.html
Hope this will help you in gathering knowledge.

From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. PS Dangwal Ji,
Really nice to see your presentation and appreciate the efforts behind it, which was put in by you. However, my request to you is to kindly look into:-
1) Latest amendments in ESI Act,
2) Amendments in PF Act,
3) Amendments in Maternity Benefits Act.
If an amended presentation shall be chalked out, the same shall be more beneficial to the budding HR officers/executives in various private companies.
Thanks, regards,

From India, Aizawl
Labour laws are mainly based on the decisions of the courts which keep on changing.This is because the laws are not codified in time and therefore one can not find the law by reading statutes.In fact the labour laws are not complicated,but they are just a small part of civil law but in absence of clarity,they become complicated and go on changing according to interpretations of the courts.
From India, Pune
Hi there,
Then shall request you to make a visit at www.pattolika.com - we don't charge any services charges
Also follow us on www.boardhr.blogspot.com

From India, Kolkata
Hi All, Can someone explain the process of clubbing PL & CL/Sl its a practise in many IT organisation to club all these , is it ok to do the same
From India, Bangalore
Dear Folk,
Pls find below mentioned Link for online platform for learning all labour laws in an understandable way.
https://www.compfie.com/
https://compfielaw.compfie.com/?page_id=219

From India, Chennai
Indian Labor Laws is a vast and elaborate subject to start with. You need to be specific as to on which areas you need to update and it has to be issue based.As professionals we can always guide.
You may be in touch.
The laws keep on modifying in the form of amendments.

From India, Bhubaneswar
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From Portugal, Lisbon
Hi There,
There are so many other portal where you can get help about the Labour Law. and most importantly you need to hand on experience to work with it.
Follow on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/ company/andwill-management-consultant
Or Visit the FB page: @Andwillmanagementconsultant
- Hope this is help you out.
Best Regards

From India, Kolkata
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