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Impact of constiution policy in labour law

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Impact of constiution policy in labour law

Impact of constiution policy in labour law

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  • 1. Important Constitution Policy For Labour Law By Chakravarthy Karthikeyan Social Work Dept, PSG CAS
  • 2. CHAPTER-III (Articles-16,19,23&24)  Human labour  Need for protecting  Safe guarding
  • 3. CHAPTER-IV (Articles-39,41,42,43,43A&54)  Fundamental Rights  Directive principles of state policy
  • 4. Union List   Entry No.55: Regulation of labour and safety in mines and oil fields. Entry No.61: Industrial disputes concerning union employees  Entry No.65: Union agencies and institutions for  “ Vocational......... training............”
  • 5. Concurrent List    Entry No.22 : Trade unions Industrial and labour disputes Entry No.23 : Social Security and insurance, employment and unemployment Entry No.24 : Welfare of about including conditions of work, provident funds, employers invalidity and old age pension and maternity benefit
  • 6. Legislation can be categorized  Labour law enacted by Central Government  Enforced both by Central and State Government  Enacted- CG  Enforced – SG  Enacted,Enforced - RS
  • 7. Directive principles
  • 8. For Securing the health and strength of employees, men and women
  • 9. That the tender age of children are not abused
  • 10. That citizens are not forced by economic necessity to enter avocation unsuited to their age or Strength
  • 11. Just and human condition of work and maternity relief and provide
  • 12. That the government shall take steps, by suitable legislation or in any other way to secure the participation of employee in the management of undertakings establishment or other organization engaged in any industry
  • 13. Thank you