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Labour laws are there to promote, empower and protect workers. These laws govern the relationship between employers and labour unions. Often, labour lawyers work on the behalf of labour unions or their members. However, they also represent employers too. Our well-read and experienced labour law lawyers in Chandigarh at B&B Associates LLP have been rendering their legal services with complete honesty and dedication.
Indian labour laws promote collective bargaining while governing worker organization and interaction with the employer. The role of a labour law lawyer includes maintaining a balance of power between the worker and the employer; preventing the employer from harassing the worker or dismissing them without any valid reason; and ensuring that workers are recognized as ‘equal’ partners in negotiations in connection to their duties and rights. Utilizing the legal expertise, our professional labour law lawyers in Chandigarh have been helping distressed workers as well as employers to get justice.
Labour laws or employment laws are the comprehensive body of various laws, administrative actions, policies, and precedents set by the courts and tribunals which govern and regulate the legal rights of the working sector, and the restrictions so imposed upon them and their organizations and association with various other organizations. Labour Laws deal and regulate various aspects of the working sector such as the working class, trade unions, employers and employees.
Labour law expert lawyers in Chandigarh can be contacted in the following scenarios:
Generally, every labour law enacted covers three essentials which become the guiding force for the labour sector:
Industrial relations- certification and registration of unions, strong and effective labour‐management, collective bargaining and keeping a check on unfair labour practices at workplace;
Workplace health and safety- this is a basic need that every employer must provide to its employees a healthy and safe environment to work.
Employment standards- including general holidays, annual leave, working hours, unfair dismissals, minimum wage, layoff procedures, and severance pay.
Having witnessed the growth of the industrial sector in India and drastic transition in work culture and workforce policies and standards over the last 5 decades, B&B has acquired expertise in addressing the challenges faced by the work-force and various business set-ups in complying with the applicable laws in India. Our well-informed and proactive lawyers enable organizations in timely compliance while eliminating risks. We help businesses adopt a practical, workable, yet business-focused approach towards human resources, talent procurement, settlement of employer-employee disputes, and other employment-related disputes.
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B&B Associates LLP is a team of distinguished lawyers with specialized knowledge in labour laws. The lawyers are highly experienced and renowned for providing effective services to corporates. Our expertise extends in various Laws Domains in India, including the Industrial Disputes Act, the Employees’ Provident Fund Act, Trade Unions Act, Payment of Bonus Act, Payment of Gratuity Act, Contract Labour Regulations and various other laws regulating the employment sector. B&B is known for its transparency and for adopting a fair and ethical approach toward all clients.
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Mon – Fri: 10:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: on prior and special request, depending on availability.
By an ordinance 11-10-1995, the President has substituted the “Employees’ Pension Scheme 1995” for the “Employees” Family Pension Scheme, 1971.” The Employees’ Pension Scheme was brought into force on 16-11-1995.
The maximum amount of bonus payable under the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 Act is two and a half months’ basic salary or 20% of the annual basic salary.
a. Right to Know.
b. Right to Participate.
c. Right to Refuse Unsafe Work
Working Hours in India: As per the Factories Act 1948, every adult (a person who has completed 18 years of age) cannot work for more than 48 hours in a week and not more than 9 hours in a day. According to Section 51 of the Act, the spread over should not exceed 10-1/2 hours
Labour laws are the laws which deal with employment and labour related issues. Labour laws deal with the disputes between the employer and employee, regarding wages, pension, insurance of employees, etc. In India, labour Laws are also known as Industrial Laws or Employment Laws.
Some of the important Labour Acts
a. Shops & Establishments Act (Of respective states)
b. Factories Act, 1948
c. Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952
d. Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948
e. Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923
f. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
g. Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 – Minimum Wages Act
h. Payment of Bonus Act 1965
i. Contract Labour [Regulation & Abolition] Act 1970
j. Payment of Wages Act, 1936.
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