By,
K. Venkata Ramana,
Lecturer, MBA Department,
Gandhi Institute of Advanced Computer and Research,
Rayagada, Odisha
 Labour legislation refers to the body of laws
that deals with matters arising out of the
occupational status of the work...
The objectives of Labour legislation is of
two folds .
 To improve the service conditions of
industrial labour so as to p...
Several factors which urged for the
evolution of labour legislation in India :-
• Early Industrialism
• Influence of colon...
 Welfare and Protective Labour legislation
 Social security legislations
 Legislations concerning wages
 Industrial re...
These are legislations that are meant to protect the
working conditions of the workers at the workplace.
These legislation...
 Factories Act – 1948
 Mines Act – 1952
 Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition Act )- 1970
 Plantation Labour act ...
These are the legislations that are meant
to protect the employee and his family
during the days of his unemployment may b...
1. The workmen’s Compensation Act – 1923
2. The ESI Act – 1948
3. The EPF Act- 1952
4. The payment of Gratuity Act- 1972
These are the legislations that are meant
to regularise the payment of the employees in
both organized and unorganized ind...
 Payment of wages Act, 1936
 Minimum Wages Act , 1948
 Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
 Equal remuneration Act, 1976
These are the legislations that provide
guidelines to both the employer and the
employees for the maintenance of sound
ind...
 Industrial Disputes Act, 1948
 Industrial Employment Standing Orders Act, 1946
 Indian Trade Union Act, 1926
In order to regulate the working conditions of the
workers in factories and to protect the workers there of a
legislation ...
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A presentation on labour legislation

  1. 1. By, K. Venkata Ramana, Lecturer, MBA Department, Gandhi Institute of Advanced Computer and Research, Rayagada, Odisha
  2. 2.  Labour legislation refers to the body of laws that deals with matters arising out of the occupational status of the workers.  It is the body of laws , administrative rulings that address the legal rights of and puts restrictions on working people and their organizations .
  3. 3. The objectives of Labour legislation is of two folds .  To improve the service conditions of industrial labour so as to provide for them ordinary amenities of life, and by that process  To bring about industrial peace which could in its turn accelerate the productivity of the country resulting in its prosperity.
  4. 4. Several factors which urged for the evolution of labour legislation in India :- • Early Industrialism • Influence of colonial rules • The rise of Trade Union • The growth of Humanitarian ideas and the concept of Social justice • Establishment of ILO • National movement • Indian constitution
  5. 5.  Welfare and Protective Labour legislation  Social security legislations  Legislations concerning wages  Industrial relations legislations
  6. 6. These are legislations that are meant to protect the working conditions of the workers at the workplace. These legislations provide the following provisions to the workers at the work place.  Health and safety provisions  Welfare provisions  Provisions to regulate annual leaves of workers  Provisions to regulate working hours
  7. 7.  Factories Act – 1948  Mines Act – 1952  Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition Act )- 1970  Plantation Labour act , 1951  Dock Workers (Regulation of Employment Act ),1948  A.P.Shops and Establishments Act , 1988
  8. 8. These are the legislations that are meant to protect the employee and his family during the days of his unemployment may be because of  Death  Accident  Sickness  Retirement
  9. 9. 1. The workmen’s Compensation Act – 1923 2. The ESI Act – 1948 3. The EPF Act- 1952 4. The payment of Gratuity Act- 1972
  10. 10. These are the legislations that are meant to regularise the payment of the employees in both organized and unorganized industries and also to provide them with minimum amount of payment.
  11. 11.  Payment of wages Act, 1936  Minimum Wages Act , 1948  Payment of Bonus Act, 1965  Equal remuneration Act, 1976
  12. 12. These are the legislations that provide guidelines to both the employer and the employees for the maintenance of sound industrial relations in the organizations.
  13. 13.  Industrial Disputes Act, 1948  Industrial Employment Standing Orders Act, 1946  Indian Trade Union Act, 1926
  14. 14. In order to regulate the working conditions of the workers in factories and to protect the workers there of a legislation named Factories act, 1948 came into existence. The act is a piece of social welfare provision meant to  Regulate the health, safety and welfare of the workmen .  Regulate the working hours of workmen  Provide them with annual leaves (with wages)  Regulate the employment of women and young persons in factories .
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