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Business Environment and Law-Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

Notice Of Change- Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

   Posted On :  15.05.2018 03:34 am

The object of Section 9-A of the Act is to prohibit an employer from making any change in the conditions of service applicable to his workmen in respect of any matter specified in the Fourth Schedule, unless he has complied with the following conditions:

Notice Of Change
 
 
The object of Section 9-A of the Act is to prohibit an employer from making any change in the conditions of service applicable to his workmen in respect of any matter specified in the Fourth Schedule, unless he has complied with the following conditions:
 
1. A notice in prescribed manner of the nature of the change proposed to be effected must be given to the workmen likely to be affected by such change; and
 
2. A period of twenty-one days from the date of notice must have expired.
  
The appropriate Government has the power to include any other rules or regulations in this category by notification in its official Gazette. The matters, in respect of which notice is required, are enumerated in the Fourth Schedule to the Act and are as follows,
 
a. Wages including the period and mode of payment.
 
b. Contribution paid or payable by the employer to any provident fund or pension fund.

c. Compensatory and other allowances.
 
d. Hours of work and other rest intervals.
 
e. Leave with wages and holidays

f. Starting, alteration or discontinuance of shift working, otherwise, than in accordance with standing orders.

g. Classification by grades.

h. Withdrawal of any customary concession or privilege or change in usage

i. Introduction of new rules of discipline or alteration of existing rules except in so far as they are provided in standing orders

j. Rationalisation, standardisation or improvement of plant or technique, which is likely to lead to retrenchment of workmen.

k. Any increase or reduction (other than casual) in the number of persons employed or to be employed in any occupation or process or department or shift not occasioned by circumstances over which the employer has no control.

 

Illegal Strikes And Lock-Outs (Sec.24):


strike or a lock-out shall be illegal, if
 
1. It is commenced or declared in contravention of Sec.22 or Sec.23; or
2. It is continued in contravention of an order made under Sec.10 (3) or Sec. 10-A (4-A), [Sec.24 (1)].

 

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