Labour Law regulates the tripartite relationship between workers (unions), employers, and the government. It may seem simplistic, but in reality, Labour Law is one of the most complicated areas of law dealing with the minuteness of a workable relationship between the employer and the employee. The spirit of the Labour Law in India runs in consonance to the commitments under the constitutional, statutory and International Labor Organization’s (ILO) Conventions. Therefore, our expert Labor Law Advocates in Dehradun delve into the nuances of substantial labor law at both national and international level.
Labour Laws in India are structured, and, therefore, call for expert legal dealing. Various workers and worker associations have time and again fought against violation of labor rights, setting a new precedent, hence, labor law exists today as a complete domain in itself. Labour laws not only aim at just, humane and (often) egalitarian workplace conditions, but, also direct the State to strengthen the rights of workers.
In line with the ILO’s Conventions, in the year 2000, the Labor Commissioner’s Organization, Uttarakhand, got established to take up the following major works and responsibilities:
Our lawyers have a vast experience of resolving numerous Labour matters in different tribunals and courts. Law practice at B&B is focused at bringing the best case-specific relief for the client.
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