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That 240 Indian farmers produce the same amount of food as six million Americans.
That over 200 million Indians in subsistence self employment want wage employment but there are no jobs.
That Air India has 15 unions whose general secretaries and presidents are given office accommodation, telephone, a number of free passages and leave to discharge union activities.
That the world's largest restaurant chain operator, Yum! Restaurants, which runs KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell in India, is looking to increase its female staff as it plans to add 15,000 employees by end 2015.
That thousands of fatigued security personnel at Indira Gandhi International Airport's T3 are coping with exhausting 15-to-18 hour workdays due to a recent order that forbids resting or even sitting down while on duty.
That 160 million women in India, 88% of whom are of working age - that is between 15 to 59 years - just remain at home doing "household duties", according to Census data.
That Tata Consultancy Services should soon become the first private sector company in India to employ more than 10,00,000 women.
That Infosys CEO designate Vishal Sikka will be the highest paid professional CEO of an Indian company who will be getting salary $5.08 million (Rs.30 crore).
That in 2013-14, all-India data show only 2,11,000 apprentices were appointed in industry, which is a negligible number considering that the workforce is growing at 12 million a year.
That China has 5,50,000 vocational institutions, training eight million people a year. India has about 6,000 such institutes, training about one million people per year.
 

A Complete Multi Faceted Journal - DECEMBER 2014

  • Current Labour Scenario
  • A Novel Way to Win Employees' Trust
  • What You Need To Know About Portable Provident Fund
  • Case Study
  • Labour Problems & Their Remedies
    • Forfeiture of gratuity on non-vacating accommodation
    • Vague charge-sheet – effect of
    • Refusal to register a settlement
    • Contractor not the principal employer will be employer for the workers in canteen
    • ESI/ EPF contribution by principal employer – consequences of
    • Resignation - when its withdrawal not permissible
    • Test for loss of confidence
    • Strikers can't prevent willing workers
  • Factories Act Related Problems & Their Solutions
  • ESI Act Related Problems & Their Solutions
  • Employees' Provident Funds/Pension Related Problems & Their Solutions
  • Model Forms & Precedents
    • Pro-forma suggested for charge-sheet for assault or fighting/assaulting on the premises of the factory
    • Pro-forma suggested for charge-sheet for disorderly behaviour and instigation for stopping work and gherao
    • Pro-forma suggested for an application by an employee opting for voluntary retirement
    • Pro-forma suggested for a request by the contractor to the principal employer for depositing the contributions of his employees
    • Pro-forma suggested for extension of probation period of a probationer
    • Pro-forma suggested for notice of dismissal of an employee for guilty of assaulting a co-worker
    • Pro-forma suggested for declaration by the person taking up employment as stipulated under Para 34 of EPF Scheme, 1952
    • Pro-forma suggested for termination of a probationer
    • Pro-forma suggested for confirmation of a probationer
    • Pro-forma suggested for charge-sheet for disobedience of transfer orders
    • Pro-forma suggested for a notice of starting new shift in a factory when there no Certified Standing Orders under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946
  • Digest of EPF Appellate Tribunal Orders
    • Books of accounts not conclusive for determining employment of employees
    • Bifurcation of minimum wages into allowances - not illegal
    • Contributions for unidentified workers can't be recovered
    • Non-summoning of contractors will nullify determination of money under section 7-A of the EPF & MP Act
    • Damages for delayed deposit of contribution sans opportunity for hearing quashed
  • Provident Fund Update
  • Latest Notification, Amendment & Developments
    • Revised Minimum Rates of Wages in Delhi w.e.f. 1.9.2014
    • Revised Minimum Rates of Wages in State of Punjab w.e.f. 1.9.2014
    • Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948 – Himachal Pradesh (27.8.2014)
    • Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948 – Himachal Pradesh (11.6.2014)
    • The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Himachal Pradesh (Amendment) Rules, 2014 - Himachal Pradesh (3.9.2014)
    • Employees' Provident Fund Organization - Payment to the Overseas Bank Accounts of International Workers (20.10.2014)
  • HR Workplace Solutions
 

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