Principles of Labour Laws

Principles of modem labour legislation are as follows: Principle of Protection The principle of protection suggests the enactment of labour legislation to protect those workers who are not able to protect their interests on their own and also workers, in …

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Principles of ILO

Fundamental principles in Philadelphia Charter on which ILO is based are as follows: 1). Labour is not a commodity; 2). Freedom of expression and of association are essential to sustained progress; 3). Poverty anywhere constitutes a danger to prosperity everywhere; …

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Objectives of Labour Laws

Objectives of labour laws are as follows: To protect the workers from profit-seeking exploiters. To ensure that the service conditions should be clearly spelled out by employer to the employee. To improve and regulate the working condition of workers employed …

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Labour Commissions & Their Recommendations

Labour commissions are tripartite bodies that adjudicate labour disputes, conduct investigations into unfair labour practices, and examine labour unions’ qualifications. Labour commissions are composed of representatives of employers, workers, and those who represent the public interest — neutral members. Labour …

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Objectives of ILO

Various objectives of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) are discussed below: 1). To offer sufficient security of health and life in every profession. 2). To offer surety of occupational and educational opportunities. 3). To develop policies and rules, in order …

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Constitution of ILO

The Preamble to the Constitution of ILO contains the basic purposes for the attainment of which ILO has been created. The Preamble is stated as “Whereas universal and lasting peace can be established only if it is based upon social …

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Introduction to ILO

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) came into existence on April 19, 1919, as an independent body. It was established by Versailles Peace Conference as a symbol of human dignity, social justice, and universal peace. After the Second World War, all …

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Constitutional Provisions of Labour Law

The Indian Constitution contains important provisions which have a direct bearing on the course of social and labour legislation in the country. These are mainly incorporated in the Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy. Fundamental Rights are justiceable. …

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History of Labour Movement in India

The term labour movement is a broad term for the development of a collective organisation of working people, to campaign in their own interest for better treatment of their employers and governments, in particular through the implementation of specific laws …

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Importance of Labour Laws

Labor legislations are important due to following reasons: Protecting Workers and Securing Justice Labour legislation regards the individual as a worker, whereas social legislation considers him primarily as a citizen. The principles governing labour legislation are more influenced by the …

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