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Transfer of Employees under Labour Laws

Transfer of Employees under Labour Laws

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With the rapid growth of industries, the employers have been expanding their activities by opening new offices/ branches/factories in all corners of the country. As a result thereto the transfer of employees has become inevitable.
Transfers have thus caused a lot of bad blood, anger, frustration and disgust. There are no two opinions that if transfers are done for improving the functioning then it is most welcome, but if it is done with ill intentions or for punishment of employees then it certainly causes disputes and frustration. As per rules, an employer has the right to transfer the employees from one place to another. Non-compliance of the transfer order by an employee also amounts to misconduct. There are, however, certain norms which are to be observed by an employer while transferring any employee.
This book contains the ratio of decisions of the Supreme Court and High Courts with rights and restrictions for the employer to transfer its employee.
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Contents
Chapter 1.    Transfer of an Employee
Chapter 2.    Justified Transfers
Chapter 3.    Unjustified Transfers
Chapter 4.    Transfer and Inconvenience to the Employee
Chapter 5.    Transfer and Alteration of Conditions of Service under Section 33 of the 
                       Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
Chapter 6.    Disobedience of Transfer Order Consequence
Chapter 7.    Challenging Transfer order by an Employee
Chapter 8.    Day-to-Day Clarifications Pertaining to Transfer of an Employee
Chapter 9.    Guidelines for Drafting the Clause Pertaining to Transfer of an
                       Employee and Pro-Formas
Subject Index
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Author Details
H.L. Kumar
, Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Chief Editor, Labour Law Reporter
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