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Category: Industrial Relation Act 2012

Unfair Labour Practices on part of Employer or workman

Unfair Labour Practices on part of Employer or workman

Unfair Labour Practices on part of Employer  The main object of IRO, 2002 is to regulate the relation of employer & workman & it provides a complete code of conduct for both of employer & employee. Certain acts of both these parties has been termed as unfair labour practices & made punishable as such. Relevant Provision: Sec 63, 64, 65, Industrial Relation Ordinance 2002. Unfair Labour practices on the part of Employer: It usually taken into the meaning when employer…

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Registration of Trade Union

Registration of Trade Union

Registration of Trade Union: The main object of IRA 2012 is to provide a frame work within which conflicts inherent in a worker-employer R-ship may be peacefully resolved. It can be done only through medium of Trade Unions procedures of registration Sec 3 of IRA 2012, had granted freedom of association to workers to form Trade Union or join association of their own choice without previous authorization. Provision: Sec 3, 4, 5,6,7,8,9,10 & 11 of IRA, 2012. Def: Any combination…

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Registrar its Powers and Functions

Registrar its Powers and Functions

Registrar its Powers and Functions The registrar is a person appointed by the provincial govt for the purpose of functioning with relation to trade unions under the IRO and his appointment is affected by notification of the official gazette. Where the govt in its discretion appoints more than one registrar Relevant Provisions: Sec 57 & 58 of IRO 2002. Appointment of Registrar:  i) The registrar of trade union can be appointed by the provincial government ii) It is upon the…

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Redress of workman / Individual Grievance

Redress of workman / Individual Grievance

Redress of workman / Individual Grievance: The purpose of the management Labour strategy of government was to produce an atmosphere in which both workers & industrialists be capable of work jointly to attain higher production & reasonable distribution & the objective of labour legislature was to award benefits of labour laws on as many individuals as would be covered by the classification of workmen. Whenever a worker has any grievance regarding any right granted to him either by law or…

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Lockout and Strike

Lockout and Strike

What is the difference between Lockout and Strike? Differentiate between Lockout and Strike? Lockout and Strike: The Industrial Relation Act provides certain right to both workmen and employer. when some industrial disagreement arises between workman and employer. The same would be restoring to conciliator for conclusion of such differences & if conciliation proceedings fail employer may declare lockout or workman may go on strike. Relevant Provision: Sec 42 and 43, 44, 45 Industrial Relation Act 2012. (i) Definition of Lockout…

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