Standing Order Requirement of Industrial Establishments

Workmen were employed with uncertain and vague terms. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946, was enacted to define employment conditions in industrial establishments and allow the industrial establishment to obtain a standing order to lay down the working conditions for employees. The importance of the order is felt the most in the unorganised sector. The standing order imposes a statutory duty on the employer and employee to comply with. This study presented a comprehensive review of the standing order. Background Of the Standing Order...

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Maternity Benefit Rules In India: Saviour Of Life And Job of Many Women

Maternity leave is an essential for women employees. Pregnancy is taxing both physically and emotionally. At the time of pregnancy, a woman's body undergoes numerous changes. Maternity leave ensures expectant mothers paid leave to give them a break from work. Maternity leave protects the jobs of women. At the time of this leave period, according to maternity leave rules in India, a woman cannot be dismissed from her job during maternity leave. The maternity leave rule in India is reformed from time to time to ensure the requirements of society are adequa...

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A glance at Multi-State Cooperative Society Act, 2002

A cooperative society protects the interest of the weaker section of the society. The primary motive of every organisation is to earn profits. However, this is not the case with cooperative societies. A cooperative society is a group of individuals who voluntarily come together to achieve a common economic objective. A multi-state cooperative society is a cooperative society registered under the Multi-State Cooperative Society Act, 2002, and It consolidates and amends the law related to a cooperative society. Multi-State Co-operative Society Section 3...

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Importance of Consumer Awareness

Consumer awareness is the need of the market. In these times of privatisation, globalisation and liberalisation, consumer awareness has become increasingly critical because producers only focus on profit maximisation and can go to any extent for the same. Producers are so involved in achieving their targets that at times they forget the interests of the consumer and start exploiting them. Producers exploit consumers in various ways, such as by overcharging for the product, under weighing, selling adulterated goods and providing inaccurate advertisements...

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