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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 - SEPTEMBER 2014

  • Identify workers to clear staggering amount of Unclear Money from EPFO
  • Case Study
  • Labour Problems & Their Solutions
    • Suicide by an employee - not accident for claiming compensation
    • Challenging retrenchment despite receipt of compensation - not barred
    • Transfer – illegal in absence of such condition of employment
    • Settlements with union - not all permissible
    • Equal wages in head office & factory
    • Non-payment of suspension allowance – will vitiate enquiry
    • Labour laws help the needy - not the greedy
  • 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 order of dismissal of a driver who was found drunk while on dut
    • Pro-forma suggested for a reply to an employee who has asked for extension of leave but not enclosed medical certificate
    • Pro-forma suggested for a notice to an employee on leave to get himself examined by a doctor
    • Guidelines for sexual harassment as issued by Delhi High Court
    • Pro-forma suggested for agreement for on-the-job training, rendition of service for a specific period and bond alongwith one surety
    • Pro-forma suggested for application for engagement as a trainee & subsequent employment
  • Digest of EPF Appellate Tribunal Orders
    • Contractors must be examined before determination of money under section 7-A of the Act
    • Rejecting review petition not being in prescribed format - not proper
    • Coverage under act set aside for want of 20 employees
    • Losses suffered justify reduction of damages
    • Date of coverage of a school to be redetermined
    • Covering of Pigmi agents to be decided before applying the Act upon establishment
  • Provident Fund Update
  • Latest Notifications, Amendments and Developments
    • Employees' Provident Fund Organisation – Processing of claim for withdrawal of fund for housing purpose – New declaration form (31.7.2014
  • HR Scenario
  • HR Workplace Solutions
 

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