Employment Law

One of the most significant and vital laws inherently concerned with people and diverse entities in all economic sectors, is the employment law or the labor law. Hence, as a reputed and leading service provider to businesses in all sectors in countries worldwide, ours full-fledged and discerning law firm inevitably offers decent and swift legal services regarding the employment law. Ours this article is written to provide all-round information about this employment law (what is employment law), employment law india, and ours services for employment law worldwide, along with proper employment law definition. The employment law is the body of certain statutory laws, administrative rulings, employment criteria and standards, and relevant judicial precedents, which collectively guide, regulate, and resolve all types of matters and disputes ever existing between an employer and an employee, in order to maintain peace, justice, and harmonious relationship between the two, with or without a trade unionism. The employment law can broadly be divided into two major categories - the Collective Labor Law, and the Individual Labor Law. Ever country has employment laws under these two categories at provincial or state level and federal level, to establish and promote happy and productive relationship between the employers and employees in all economic fields within the country. The International Labor Organization (ILO) helps countries of the world over in making their respective employment law more judicious and better, through offering labor conventions from time to time, apart from right and proper international labor standards.

Employment Law in India

In India, there are labor and employment rules and regulations forming a large number at federal and state levels. The most significant and influential Acts encompassed by the employment law in India are the following:

  • The Factories Act, 1948
  • The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
  • The Contract Act, 1872
  • The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
  • The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923
  • The Trade Unions Act, 1926
  • The Contract Labor Act, 1970
  • The Mines Act, 1952
  • The Dock Workers (Safety & Welfare) Act, 1986

The main and most important matters and issues covered by the employment law belong to the categories of - workplace safety and standards, right and fair wages, employment contracts, workers' compensation, retirement and pensions, employment discrimination, collective bargaining, health and safety, unemployment compensation, and incentives and other benefits for employees. Our lavish, refined, and prompt legal services are extended for these all matters and disputes in India and abroad.

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