List of employees signed by engineer sufficient evidence to prove the number for coverage of establishment under provident fund.
2016 LLR 771 ORISSA HIGH COURT
Employer giving canteen premises to third party can't be accountable for its provident fund dues.
2016 LLR 765 KERALA HIGH COURT
Contractor's employees can't claim benefits of regular employees.
2016 LLR 757 CALCUTTA HIGH COURT
No fault can be found in enquiry when delinquent admitted charges.
2016 LLR 754 BOMBAY HIGH COURT
'Employer-employee' relationship not established when the person so claiming fails to call for employer's record.
2016 LLR 752 PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT
A time barred complaint under Minimum Wages Act is to be rejected.
2016 LLR 751 KARNATAKA HIGH COURT
Dependent of a loader, dies of chest pain going towards lorry, will get accident compensation.
2016 LLR 750 KARNATAKA HIGH COURT
Delay of two years without explanation is fatal for admission of writ petition.
2016 LLR 746 KARNATAKA HIGH COURT
Dismissal sans enquiry not legal if delinquent is acquitted in criminal case.
2016 LLR 744 PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT
Receipt of letter can't be presumed when posted at incomplete address.
2016 LLR 743 PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT
Non-compliance of section 25F of ID Act will render the termination illegal.
2016 LLR 741 PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT
Auction purchaser can't be held liable for EPF dues payable by seller.
2016 LLR 738 MADRAS HIGH COURT
Protection of section 2(oo)(bb) of the ID Act is available only for fixed-term employee, that too, for a short period.
2016 LLR 736 MADRAS HIGH COURT
Presiding Officer of ICC under the law has to be a senior rank woman. and Enquiry under section 13 of Sexual Harassment (PPR) Act is full-fledged finding of facts.
2016 LLR 732 KERALA HIGH COURT
Transfer will be mala fide and illegal in absence of rebuttal by employer.
2016 LLR 724 ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT
Dismissal is appropriate for an employee guilty of misappropriation. And Dismissal of conductor justified for issuing ticket of lower amount as received All.
2016 LLR 719 ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT
Misappropriation by bank employee from customers' account justifies dismissal. and Interference by the Court in enquiry proceedings is not appropriate. And Dismissal not to be quashed for non-payment of subsistence allowance.
2016 LLR 730 KERALA HIGH COURT
Complaint to be quashed if stolen property did not belong to complainant. and Non supply of relevant documents would vitiate the enquiry.
2016 LLR 715 ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT
No relief to a daily wager with less than 240 days' service.
2016 LLR 713 HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT
Accident compensation can't be denied on not filing of FIR.
2016 LLR 712 GUJARAT HIGH COURT
Abusing the superior would justify dismissal from service. and Labour Court has to be cautions on modifying the punishment.
2016 LLR 708 GUJARAT HIGH COURT
Denial of cross-examination amounts to violation of natural justice. and High Court to interfere in an order if violative of principles of natural justice.
2016 LLR 700 BOMBAY HIGH COURT
Transfer, not illegal when in accordance with service conditions. and Complaint under section 33A of ID Act, by union without authorization, to be set aside. And Transfer does not amount to change in conditions of service. and Transfer order is not illegal if it is purely an administrative one.
2016 LLR 695 BOMBAY HIGH COURT
High Court in writ jurisdiction will quash the charge-sheet.
2016 LLR 694 BOMBAY HIGH COURT
Causing physical assault and abusing superior officer amounts to 'moral turpitude'.
2016 LLR 687 DELHI HIGH COURT
Reinstatement with back-wages appropriate when approval for termination is not obtained during pendency of dispute. and Non-issue of tickets after receiving the fare justifies dismissal from service. and An enquiry not to be vitiated merely non examination of Enquiry Officer.
2016 LLR 683 DELHI HIGH COURT
Misappropriation by an employee justifies his dismissal. And Mere acquittal does not lead to effacement of the findings of enquiry.
2016 LLR 678 DELHI HIGH COURT
Supreme Court can pass any order for achieving justice.