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Business Environment and Law-Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

Gherao-Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

   Posted On :  15.05.2018 03:19 am

Gherao means encirclement of the manager to criminally intimidate him to accept the demands of the workers.

Gherao
 
 
Gherao means encirclement of the manager to criminally intimidate him to accept the demands of the workers. It amounts to criminal conspiracy under Section 120-A of the I.P.C and is not saved by Sec.17 of the Trade Unions Act on the grounds of its being a concerted activity.
 

Award [Sec.2 (d)]

 
 
An award is an interim or final determination of an industrial dispute or any question relating thereto and by a Labour court, Industrial Tribunal, National Industrial Tribunal or an Arbitrator under Section 10-A.
 
Interim award means a provisional or temporary relief. Determination implies decision one-way or the other. An order of Labour Court, Industrial tribunal or National Industrial Tribunal granting or refusing to grant any of the relief ’s, which have been asked for would fall within the term ‘award’.

Settlement [Sec.2 (P)]

 
 
It means-
 
1. A settlement arrived at in the course of conciliation proceedings which may be held by a conciliation officer or Board of Conciliation, and includes,

 2. A written agreement between the employer and workmen arrived at otherwise than in the course of conciliation proceeding where such agreement has been signed by the parties thereto in the prescribed manner and a copy thereof has been sent to an officer authorised in this behalf by the appropriate government and the conciliation officer.
 

 

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