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Employer's Rights under Labour Laws

Employer's Rights under Labour Laws

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The table of cases will bear the testimony that the case laws have been updated as far as possibly incorporating recent decisions of the Supreme Court and the High Courts. We are confident that the book will be of immense assistance not only to the members of the legal profession and the employers to know their rights particularly under labour laws. The prime purpose of this revised edition has been to broaden the clarifications, ratio of decided cases and to retain, to the fullest extent, the direct and simple approach of the authors with his emphasis on short words and brief sentences that have been so phenomenally useful in understanding the ratio of judgments. The book, we pictured, is concise and practical, but very much enough to provide every information about rights of the employers over their employees.While revising this book, we have been conscious of the fact that it has earned a reputation and we have tried to be as careful as possible to maintain its standard of excellence and object of the book. Enlarged and reoriented, this revised edition is enriched with abundant material distributed in several chapters with appropriate models and precedents. Each chapter deals with a specific subject and is prefaced with adequate exposition of the legal principles involved and suitable guidelines have been indicated with a view to their practical application.
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Contents
Part 1 - Genesis of Employment

1.    Employment Related Laws an Introduction
Part 2 - Employer’s Rights and Worker’s Obligations
2.    A Worker is Bound to Comply with the Terms of Service
3.    A Worker has to Work at any Place as Directed by the Employer
4.    A Worker Should not Show Indifference to Work
5.    An Employee Cannot Work in More than One Establishment
6.    A Worker Must be Honest Observe Honesty and Commit no Fraud
7.    A Worker Must be Regular
8.    An Employee Must Observe Punctuality in Attendance
9.    A Worker Should not Absent when his Leave is not Sanctioned
10.  An Employee Must Send Medical Certificate for Availing of Sick Leave
11.  A Worker Cannot Over-Stay Leave
12.  An Employee Cannot Claim Leave as and when He Desires
13.  A Worker can be Removed on Ground of Continued Ill-Health
14.  A Worker Ought not Neglect His Duties
15.  An Employee Cannot Carry on Union Activities During Working Hours and on
       the Premises of the Establishment
16.  A Worker Cannot Drink While on Duty
17.  An Employee Cannot Breach the Bond When Undertakes to Work for a
       Specified Period
18.  A Worker is Liable to be Punished for Abusive Language
19.  An Employee Cannot Loiter During Duty Hours
20.  An Employee Cannot Sleep During Duty Hours
21.  A Worker Cannot Stay Inside the Premises During Strike
22.  An Employee Must not Commit any Offence
23.  No Money-Lending Business at the Establishment
24.  A Worker Derelict in His Duties
25.  An Employee Must not Gamble During Duty Hours
26.  A Worker Cannot Adopt ‘Go-Slow’ Tactics
27.  Assault on the Managerial Personnel Entails Dismissal From Service   
28.  A Male Worker Cannot Misbehave with Female Co-Worker
29.  An Employee Must not Indulge in Sexual Harassment
30.  Inefficiency Can be the Cause of Dismissal
31.  Instigating Illegal Strike is Punishable with Imprisonment
32.  A Worker Will not be Entitled to Wages for the Strike Period
33.  A Worker Through His own Default Cannot Reap the Benefit Through Labour
       Laws from His Employer
34.  A Worker Cannot Stage Demonstration or Dharna on the Premises of the
       Establishment
35.  A Worker Should not Cause Damage to Property and Employer’s Reputation
36.  A Worker Must Vacate the House Allotted to Him by the Employer
37.  An Employee Will Lose His Job When Confidence of the Employer is Lost
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Author Details
H. L. Kumar
, Advocate Supreme Court of India, Editor, Labour Law Reporter
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