Methods to Resolving Industrial Disputes

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Methods adopted by Trade Union in resolving disputes with employer Project Assignment 4th Semester, 5 year B.A., LL.B. (hons) Submitted By KALYANI.BATTULA Hall Ticket No.11/LLB/10 DAMODARAM SANJEEVAYYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY April 2013 ACKNOWLEDGMENT This is to state that, I KALYANI.BATTULA of Roll no.201110 completed my semester (fourth) project work for LABOUR LAW I on the topic METHODS ADOPTED BY TRADE UNION IN RESOLVING DISPUTE WITH EMPLOYER. I hereby thank MR. R BHARATH KUMAR for supporting me throughout the work and my friends and my parents for extending their support. CONTENTS 1. List of Cases ……………………………………… 04 2. List of statutes ……………………………………. 04 3. List of abbreviations …………………………….. 04 4. Abstract…show more content…
Aims and Objectives: The aim of this research paper is to understand the methods to resolve and analyze the disputes in the trade union with the employers. By the various case laws as to the position as it stands today. Structure of the Paper: The structure of the paper goes through * Firstly, introduction * Secondly, what is a dispute * Thirdly, stages of resolving a disputes and * Lastly, conclusion of the related topic. Style of writing and mode of citation: The paper has a largely descriptive style of writing. A uniform mode of citation has been adopted and followed consistently throughout this project. Sources of Data: Various secondary sources in the form of case laws, articles and books have been used. INTRODUCTION The disputes were arisen between the employers and the workmen due to economic and non-economic causes. The economic causes will include issues relating to compensation like wages, bonus, allowances, and conditions for work, working hours, leave and holidays without pay, unjust layoffs and retrenchments. The non economic factors will include victimization of workers, ill treatment by staff members, sympathetic strikes, political factors, indiscipline etc. For these disputes resolution is an essential part of any well-functioning labour market and industrial relations
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