that is the management and the workmen.WHAT ARE INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES  Disputes arising out of a disagreement in industrial relations  Conflict or difference of opinion between management & workers on the terms of employment  When an industrial dispute occurs. both the parties. try to pressurize each other to protect their own interest .

ABOUT THE INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES ACT  Enacted on 11th March . manufacture or distribution of goods & services . the act came into force on 1st April 1947  The act has been amended in 1976 .trade . 2002 . 1947 . 2006 & 2010  The act has been amended many times by the state government as well  The Act applies to the whole of India & applies to every industrial establishment carrying on any business .

1947 an industrial dispute is defined as any dispute or difference between employers & workmen or between workmen & workmen which is connected with employment & non-employment or terms of employment or with the conditions of labor of any person .DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE  As per Section 2(k) of the Industrial Disputes Act .

workmen & workmen as well as their associations  Prevention of illegal strikes & lock-outs  Relief to workmen in case of lay-off & retrenchment  Promotion of collective bargaining .OBJECTIVES OF THE ACT  Promotion of measures if securing & preserving amity & good relations between workmen & employer  Investigation & settlement of disputes between employer & workmen .

KEY DEFINITIONS  ‘Industry’ means any systematic body carried on by co-operation between his employer & his workmen for production . technical . manual . clerical or supervisory work for hire or reward . unskilled . supply & distribution of goods or services with the view to satisfy human wants or wishes  ‘Workman’ means any person employed in any industry to do any skilled .

expressed or implied . were fulfilled be payable to a workman in respect of his employment or work done in such employment  ‘Strike’ means a cessation of work by a body of persons employed in an industry .KEY DEFINITIONS (CONTD.)  ‘Wages’ means all remunerations capable in terms of money . which would if the terms of employment ..

KEY DEFINITIONS (CONTD.)  ‘Closure’ means closing down of a place of employment  ‘Lock-out’ means temporary closing down of a place of employment or suspension of work  ‘Lay-off’ means the failure .. refusal or inability of an employer on account of shortage of coal or power or raw materials or accumulation of stock or break down of machinery to give employment to a worker whose name is borne of the muster rolls of a company .

FORMS OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES  Strike  Lock-out  Gherao  Lay-off  Protests / Demonstrations .

CAUSES FOR DISPUTES  Wage Demand  Union Rivalry  Political Interference  Unfair labor practices  Too many laws / restriction / regulations .

SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES Voluntary Methods Settlement of Disputes Statuto ry Measur es Govt. Measur es .

SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTESVOLUNTARY METHODS Code of Discipline Tripartite Machinery Voluntary Methods Workers participation Collective Bargaining .


SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTESSTATUTORY MEASURES Indian Constituion Factories Act Industrial Disputes Act Wages Act Minimum Wages Act .

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THANK YOU !!  Manisha Agrawal  Anjali Jalan  Nidhi Somani (02) (13) (31)  Jasdeep Oberoi  Priyadarshini Pant  Sumit Shah (33) (35) (50) .

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