Indian labour law refer to laws regulating labour system in India. Both central and state governments have enacted laws on labour relations and employment issues. Labour law arose due to the demands of workers for better condi- tions, the right to organize, and the simultaneous demands of employers to restrict the powers of workers in many organizations and to keep labour costs low.
Labour legislation that is adopted to the economic and social challenges of the modern world of work fulfils three crucial roles: Individual and collective employment relationships, Industrial relations based on workplace democracy, and guarantee of fundamental principles and rights at work which have received broad social acceptance.
With the view to create awareness on the significance of Labour Laws to the people from various sectors in the country, Saveetha School of Law, Saveetha Institute of Medical And Technical Sciences is organizing a one day National Workshop on Labour Laws. The Workshop is intended to cover various aspects of Labour Laws.
Key Themes of the Workshop
Labour unrest and strikes.
Employment and Employment Generation Industrial Relations
Open to students, Research Scholars, Academicians and Industry Professionals, practitioners
Registration fees: Rs. 1000/-
Last date for registration: 7th November 2018
National Workshop 9th November 2018.
Ms. R. Dhivya – 8760651004 | Mr. M. Yokesh – 8190909192 Mr. Arul Kannappan – 9789604433
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