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King, Stubb & Kasiva
During the Covid-19, we, King Stubb & Kasiva, have been approached by clients across industry verticals who have made enquiries concerning Employment and Labour law related aspects in India.
LexCounsel Law Offices
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is turning out to be a twin fold pandemic – that started with affecting public health and soon spread throughout the economy.
LexCounsel Law Offices
In this Part 2, we have attempted to answer some of the questions which businesses are asking concerning their ability
Kochhar & Co.
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of India, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Vaish Associates Advocates
The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (the "ID Act") has been enacted for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes in any industrial establishment.
Under the Constitution of India, the labor and employment laws are categorized in the concurrent list, which means that both the Parliament and the individual State Legislatures share co-equal powers...
Link Legal India Law Services
Many IT professionals in India seem to be facing a tough time on account of tightening of the visa regime in the United States of America.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
Certain provisions of the Amendment Act came into force with effect from April 1, 2017.
Nishith Desai Associates
The presumption by the employer that the employee is not interested in the job when he/she is absent from work for a long duration without the authorization of the employer, has been considered as reasonable.
Kochhar & Co.
Where there is uncertainty regarding suitability of a candidate for a particular job, it is usual to offer employment to such candidate on a probation basis.
Singh & Associates
Hon'ble Supreme Court of India explicitly instructed the schools in Delhi regarding compliance to be followed before terminating services of their employees.
LexCounsel Law Offices
With strict regulations being implemented on schools from time to time, the Delhi schools have been saddled with another compliance to be followed before terminating services of their employees...
Nishith Desai Associates
The Madras High Court has restrained India’s leading information technology ("IT") company from terminating the employment of a software analyst.
In view of the inclusion of software in the definition of "goods" under the Sales Tax Act, it is likely that software development will be considered a manufacturing process - the essential characteristics of both being similar (eg, use, transfer/sale, disposal). Accordingly large software companies will, in all likelihood, fall under the applicability of the termination, closure and lay-off protection provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act.
Nishith Desai Associates
This is the eighth AGR and is based on responses from lawyers in 50 countries.
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