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Industrial Jurisprudence: a critical commentary

By: Rao, E.M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Haryana, Lexis Nexis: 2015Edition: 2nd.Description: 803p., PB.ISBN: 9789351433873.Subject(s): Labour Contract - India | Industrial LawDDC classification: 331.026 Summary: Industrial Jurisprudence: A Critical Commentary is a comprehensive work with a novel approach on the principles of industrial jurisprudence and interpretation of labour statutes. Covering almost every conceivable aspect of employment relationship, this book critically examines judicial decisions and approaches to issues falling within the ambit of industrial law, while drawing appropriate analogies from and comparisons with other branches of law. Legislative and judicial trends in areas such as industrial relations, wages, working conditions, social security, conditions of service, disciplinary action, dismissal, discharge and retrenchment have been analysed against the backdrop of the principles of jurisprudence as well as from the standpoint of the canons of statutory construction. The principles of industrial adjudication and their evolution in India as well as in the UK, USA and Australia have been covered in detail.
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Industrial Jurisprudence: A Critical Commentary is a comprehensive work with a novel approach on the principles of industrial jurisprudence and interpretation of labour statutes. Covering almost every conceivable aspect of employment relationship, this book critically examines judicial decisions and approaches to issues falling within the ambit of industrial law, while drawing appropriate analogies from and comparisons with other branches of law. Legislative and judicial trends in areas such as industrial relations, wages, working conditions, social security, conditions of service, disciplinary action, dismissal, discharge and retrenchment have been analysed against the backdrop of the principles of jurisprudence as well as from the standpoint of the canons of statutory construction. The principles of industrial adjudication and their evolution in India as well as in the UK, USA and Australia have been covered in detail.

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