- This Act may be called the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, of 1946.
- It extends to the whole of India.
- It applies to every industrial establishment which employs on any day 100 or more workmen is required to adopt a standing order specifying the conditions of employment of its workers.
- It came into force on 23rd April 1946.
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