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Industrial Relations & Labour Law

Industrial Relations & Labour Law

According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2008 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Industrial Relations & Labour Law

BBA (Pune) Sem-VI

Author : Suneeta Latkar

Book ID : 1124

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Contents

Section-I

1. Indian Industrial Relations

1.1 Introduction and history

1.2 Development

1.3 Definitions

1.4 Origin and growth

1.5 Changing scenario and industrial relations

1.6 Scope of industrial relations

1.7 objectives of industrial relations

1.8 Effect on industrial relations

1.9 Growth of organized labour movement

1.10 Development of employee - employer relation

1.11 Measures for the development of good industrial relations

2. Industrial Conflicts and Disputes

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Meaning of industrial conflict and industrial dispute

2.3 Nature of industrial conflicts

2.4 Causes of industrial conflicts

2.5 Industrial disputes

2.6 Factors responsible

2.7 Industrial dispute act, 1947

2.8 Important aspects relating to industrial disputes

2.9 Conflict resolution

2.10 Settlement of industrial disputes

3. Collective Bargaining

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Features of collective bargaining

3.3 Types of collective bargaining

3.4 Process of collective bargaining

3.5 Collective bargaining contracts

3.6 Pre-requisites for collective bargaining

3.7 Importance of collective bargaining

3.8 Functions of collective bargaining

3.9 Factors responsible for successful “Collective Bargaining” in India

Section-II

1. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Industrial disputes act 1947

1.3 Definitions

1.4 Voluntary reference of disputes to arbitration

1.5 Authorities under the act

1.6 Notice of change

1.7 Reference of disputes to boards, courts or tribunals

1.8 Powers of the authorities

1.9 Strikes and lockouts

1.10 Penalties

1.11 Lay-off and retrenchment

2. The Trade Union Act 1926

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Origin and growth of trade union

2.3 Definitions of trade union

2.4 Features of trade union

2.5 Objectives and role of trade union

2.6 Objectives and functions

2.7 Scope and coverage

2.8 Advantages of trade union system

2.9 Disadvantages of trade union system

2.10 Registration procedure

2.11 Cancellation of registration

2.12 Appeal

2.13 Rights and privileges of a registered trade union

2.14 Duties and liabilities of a registered trade union

2.15 Regulations

2.16 Penalties and procedure

2.17 Causes of slow progress of trade unionism

2.18 Measures for improvement of trade unions

2.19 Funds of the trade union

3. The Bombay Industrial Relations Act, 1946

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Scope and objectives

3.3 Definitions

3.4 Authorities under the act

3.5 Joint committees

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