Hi... Seniors , Pls guide me how to handle - Automobile industry no schedule from customer end employees working for the past 10years.
From India, Madras
When combinedly read with the title of the post, its narrative is too brief to understand the situation in its entirety.
The poster should clarify whether formation of the union is the reason for the sudden stoppage of production or vice versa.
In case it is due to the sluggish trend of the industry as a whole, why not the management try for a negotiated lay-off of certain no of workmen proportionate to the available work-schedule?

From India, Salem
Thanks for the reply the lay -off was not accepted by the employees stopped the production said we are in the union without any information so I don't have an idea How to deal ?
Thanks & Regards,

From India, Madras
Dear Mohana,
The scheme of the ID Act,1947 has been designed in such a way so as to reduce friction in industrial relations by taking due consideration of the inevitable difficulties likely to be faced by the labor as well as management. That's why there are provisions like lay-off, retrenchment etc., which are proportionately related to the no of workmen employed. If the reason for such a move is genuine and essential to protect the industry and its workmen in the long run, it is permitted subject to certain conditions imposed by the Act. Therefore, either the proposal of the employer of such a move or the non-acceptance of the same by the workmen cannot be simply dismissed in limine.
Hence, as a HR Manager it is imperative that you should have a thorough knowledge of such special provisions with reference to the total no. of workmen employed on the rolls of the industry. Better go through the definition of lay-off u/s 2(kkk) and the provisions under Chapters V-A and V-B and then decide how to legally proceed in the matter.

From India, Salem

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