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Labour Law Reform in India

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 50 Issue 1

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: J.S. Sodhi | Author(s) Affiliation: Director, Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations, HR, Economic & Social Devp., New Delhi, India
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Abstract

There has been an all pervasive recognition that the county needs to reform its labor law regime. It has become counterproductive to the twin objectives of job creation and industrial peace and hurts the very people it meant to benefit. Successive governments failed to match their rhetoric with concrete action. The present governments intent of reform followed by selective swift action is a welcome departure from the past. Malaise of the labor laws is deep rooted and covers the broad spectrum of 44 Central and a large number of State laws. The paper, however, takes up the critical changes needed to make these laws less cumbersome and less rigid while keeping intact the legitimate rights of the workers.

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